There is no future tense verb in this sentence. The sentence is present simple (is).
What do you mean? that if it should be a question or an answer? well we could say both, you could say that "Ali is thaller than you/him/her" and you could ask "Ali is taller than you/him/her?" but the formal and correct way for this question to be asked would be "Is Ali taller than you/him/her?" that would be the formal way to say it. Not sure about this next part but on a situation where the person asking the question is on a shock/surprised state, or verifying something already said, maybe the correct way would be "Ali is taller than you/him/her!!!?" Scene 1: You: I found out Ali is taller than me Jean: Ali is taller than you? ( Surprised or Verifying what was prviously said ) You: Yeah, i though we were the same height, or that i was a little taller than Ali. Scene 2: Jean: Hey i wanted to ask you, Is Ali taller than you? You: Yeah, He/She is taller than me. Jean: Oh, just making sure, it didn't seemed tha way.
Ali is an Arabic name meaning "high, paramount". It can also be the diminutive form of various names that start with Al: Alexander, Allison etc.
It means it's 10k gold... 41.7% Gold... Hope this helps...
Ali will be in Manchester.
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The Ali-ali-O is the Manchester ship canal built in the 1880's and early 1890's. It turned Manchester in to England's 3rd most important Trading port despite the fact that Manchester is over 50 miles from the coast. There would have been hundreds of big ships using it everyday bringing in cotton form the USA, so it is very likely that one of these large ships sailed on the last day of September. the Canal is no longer in major use, as it it not big enough to deal with today's modern ship sizes.
No, the word 'defeated' is the past participle, past tense of the verb to defeat. The past participle of the verb also functions as an adjective.Examples:Muhammad Ali defeated George Foreman in the "Rumble in the Jungle". (verb)The defeated champion went on to make a fortune selling grills. (adjective)A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.Example: The defeated champion went on to make a fortune. He did that by selling grills. (the pronoun 'he' takes the place of the noun 'champion' in the second sentence)
it is a kind of filling the slot for example a sentence like Ali------to school the slot is verb
Liaquat Ali Khan in 1949
Muhammad Ali's final fight was a 10 rounder against future WBC heavyweight champion Trevor Berbick. The fight took place on December 11, 1981 in Nassau, Bahamas. Ali lost a unanimous ten round decision.Read more: What_year_did_Muhammad_ali_stop_boxing
MET = verb who met? Ali, Grigorio = subject nouns to pick berries = prepositional phrase (acting as an adverb) in the nearby field = prepositional phrase (acting as an adverb)
Laila Ali, Hana Ali, Khaliah Ali, Maryum Ali, Jamillah Ali, Asaad Amin, Rasheda Ali, Miya Ali, Muhammad Ali Jr.