What would you like to do?
How can the word ''perpetrator'' be used in a sentence?
He perpetrated the crime! It simply replaces the word DID.... Anna perpetrated the crime of fraud = Anna did fraud= Anna committed fraud.
(The words may be part of separate clauses, or the letter I could specifically refer to the letter of the alphabet. Otherwise, the proper conjugation is "am.") Examples: The o…ne that I like the best is the blue one. I have a feeling this is going to be a great summer. Is it I who should apologize? 'I' is the ninth letter of the alphabet.
The phrase "used to" can be 1) an idiomatic phrase indicating a former action or condition, synonymous with "once" or "formerly" 2) a different idiomatic phrase meaning "accus…tomed to" 3) it can also be a regular form of the verb "to use," followed by the preposition "to." (1) "When I was young, I used to ride my bike every day." "His car used to be white, but now it is red." (2) "I am used to cooking for myself." "The mayor was used to having his way." (3, non-idiomatic) "The pry bar is used to open wooden crates."
The example was very useful in explaining the concept.
He never had a truer friend than his sergeant in the army. GPS systems can provide a truer basis for locating positions than celestial navigation.
"The devastation in the wake of the earthquake was vast."
"The retrieval of the hot air balloon involved thousands of dollars of expense."
The little girl was full of dread
(Gastness is an obsolete term meaning extreme fear or terror - it is from the same Middle English root, gasten, as the modern adjective aghast.) Example: The population wa…s thrown into a state of gastness by the series of gruesome murders. (i.e. they were aghast)
Deferentially is an adverb meaning "in a deferential manner" or respectfully. Here is an example sentence: "Marta was determined to remain composed and address the chairma…n deferentially, even though she had lost much of the respect she once had for him."
In finishing his homework, the boy found the internet to be less than useful, as he was constantly getting distracted by games.
He wrote the long sentence on the blackboard. He received a five-year sentence for his crime. The judge will sentence the poacher on Monday.
i ent got a clue teheheh hhahaha now do 1 xD
The words 'I' and 'me' are the first person singular pronouns; words that take the place of the name of the speaker. The pronoun 'I' is used only for the subject of a sentence… or clause and the pronoun 'me' is used only for the object of a verb or a preposition. Examples: "I would like to return the gift you gave to me." "I understand you are trying to help me." "I don't get why this is always happening to me." whilst these are fundamentally correct....the first two should have that included e.g I would like to return the gift that you gave to me ..............and I understand that you are trying to help me........just sounds better I feel hurt when somebody insults me.
I've used my computer ever since I bought it.
Barbie, in her statement to the police, pointed out that she had NOT commited the crime, with a special emphasis on the word NOT!