Results for: Picnic

In Slavery

Where does picnics come from?

[French pique-nique, probably reduplication of piquer, to pick] . There is no reliable etymology for the word picnic, with the original use of the word lagging about three (MORE)
In Slavery

Why is a picnic called a picnic?

because that's what theyve been calling it since 1692 in french & since perhaps 1748 in English it is thought to have meant to peck at nothing & was the word for any pot (MORE)
In Entertainment & Arts

How can you make a picnic?

First of all,not everyone knows how to make a picture-perfect picnic,so it is nothing to be ashamed of. These steps should help: . First choose a location,day,and time . Th (MORE)
In Uncategorized

Why do you have picnic?

Just to fresh the mood and to relief from the stress. To get away from lifes daily troubles for a day.
In Uncategorized

What to bring on picnic?

Picnics should include sandwiches, fresh fruit, fried chicken, potato salad, baked beans, and brownies. Don't forget the sweet tea! You may also want to bring a table cloth or (MORE)
In Uncategorized

Why go for a picnic?

People go for a picnic because they are bored and they don't know how to spend their time in a great way....
In Pronouns

Is picnic a pronoun?

No, the word 'picnic' is a noun and a verb . The noun 'picnic' is a word for an outing or occasion that involvestaking a packed meal to be eaten outdoors; for example: We h (MORE)
In Adverbs

Is picnic an adverb?

No, it is not. The word picnic can be a verb (to picnic,picnicking) or a noun, where it may be a noun adjunct as in picnicbasket.
In Verbs

Is picnics a noun?

Yes, the word 'picnics' is both a verb and a noun . The noun 'picnics' is the plural form of the singular noun'picnic'; a word for an outing that includes food packaged to (MORE)
In Parts of Speech

Is picnic a preposition?

No, it is not. It is a noun (a meal outdoors, typically informal),or a verb (to eat outdoors, as at a picnic).