Please teach me the grammar construction.
•He made her look happy.
Is the grammar construction “SVOC”??
But “look” is verb.
“Look” and “happy” are pair in this case?
If not, it’s like “SVOVC.”
But I know there are only “SV””SVC””SVO””SVOO” and “SVOC” in English grammar.
Please tell me the usage of “make” like the above.2 AnswersLanguages5 months ago
Are these the same meaning?
1.You should get up without helping of your mother.
2.You should get up without help of your mother.3 AnswersFamily10 months ago
If I want to say “It will be heavy rain.” by using “cats and dogs”,how can I say?
1. It will be rainy cats and dogs.
2. It will rain cats and dogs.
Are both of the above ok?
Or are there any differences of the nuance between the sentences?
I’ve heard that English native speakers often use not “It’s rainy cats and dogs.” but “It’s raining cats and dogs.”9 AnswersLanguages10 months ago
Do you English native speakers say “It will be rainy cats and dogs.”?
I teach English to junior high school students and one of my students wrote the sentence.
I know the meaning of “cats and dogs” but is it ok to use this sentence as academic writing?10 AnswersLanguages10 months ago
Do you use these sentences?
1.Didn’t you go to the park, did you?
2.Do you study English, don’t you?
I don’t know the sentences like the above.
On the other hand, I use these sentences.
•You didn’t go to the park, did you?
•You study English, don’t you?
I want to know whether you use the sentences like 1 and 2.
Are they natural sentences for English native speakers?
I’m a Japanese, so please tell me the answer.4 AnswersLanguages10 months ago