Results for: Gary-moore

In Grammar

Gary and I or Gary and me?

Gary and I is the subject of the sentence: Gary and I will pick up the pizza. Gary and me is the object of the sentence: The teacher told Gary and me to be on time. You can gi (MORE)

How did Gary Moore get his scars on his face?

What happened, per my friend in Ireland and certified Moore fanatic, was that Gary got "glassed" in a pub fight over a girl, the guy broke a pint glass and shoved it in his fa (MORE)

Who were the moors?

Moors is the Spanish name for Islamic people (mostly from northern Africa) who had invaded Spain in the 8th century. They have ruled south-eastern Spain for a few hundred year (MORE)

What is the role of a 'Moor' as in the McCarthy Moor?

This poem personifies the moon as a woman smiling over us. The speaker admires the qualities and the position of the moon. ◘ The speaker in this poem respects nature. ◘ T (MORE)

What was the robin moor?

The Robin Moor was a US ship sunk in neutral waters by a German submarine several months before the United States was in the Second World War. The sinking was an illegal act a (MORE)
In Grammar

Would you say Gary and I or Me and Gary?

Gary and I is correct. You can tell the difference by dropping Gary from the sentence. These are correct: Gary and I are going to the game. Gary is going to the game. (ch (MORE)