The possessive form of the pronoun 'who' is whose.Example as interrogative pronoun:Who parked in our driveway?Whose car is in our driveway?Example as relative pronoun:The one who parked in our driveway is the contractor.The one whose car is in the driveway is the contractor.
Example sentence - I parked my car in the driveway each night.
No, a possessive pronoun takes the place of a noun that belongs to someone or something. for example:'The car in the driveway is hers.', or 'The bike in the driveway is his'.A possessive adjective is always placed before a noun, for example:'Her car is in the driveway.', or 'Hisbike is in the driveway.'
"not in my backyard" (NIMBY).
The possessive form of the plural noun neighbors is neighbors'.example: My neighbors' yards all look so nice.
Yes, the pronoun 'whose' is the possessive form of 'who'.The pronouns 'who' and 'whose' are both interrogative pronouns and relative pronoun.Example as interrogative pronoun:Who parked in our driveway?Whose car is in our driveway?Example as relative pronoun:The one who parked in our driveway is the painter.The one whose car is in the driveway is the painter.
The plural form for the noun neighbor is neighbors.The plural possessive form is neighbors'.Example: The neighbors' committee raised the money for a new sign.
Either a bird has died or been killed on the driveway, or it sdead body has been moved there (for example by wind or carried by another bird).
No, neighbors' is NOT a singular possessive noun, it's the possessive form of the plural noun neighbors.Example: Many of my neighbors' houses were damaged in the storm.The singular possessive is "neighbor's."
Yes, the noun backyard is a common noun, a word for any backyard of any kind.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example:The Backyard at Bee Cave (entertainment venue), Bee Cave, TXBackyard Street, Crane, MOThe Backyard Cafe, West Columbia, SC"My Backyard Was a Mountain", 2005 short film with Andrew Aguilar"Backyard Bones", a novel by Nancy Lynn Jarvis
I watched the birds in my backyard with my binoculars.
The noun 'driveway' is a singular, common, compound, concrete noun; a word for private road that connects a house, garage, or other building with the street; a word for a thing.A noun functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition.Example functions for the noun 'driveway':The driveway was littered with branches from the storm. (subject of the sentence)The trees obscured where the driveway led. (subject of the adverbial clause)We're finally paving the driveway. (direct objectof the verb 'paving')Whose car is parked in the driveway? (object of the preposition 'in')
The possessive form of the singular noun neighbor is neighbor's.Example: My neighbor's garden is really beautiful.The plural form for the noun neighbor is neighbors.The plural possessive form is neighbors'.Example: The neighbors' committee raised the money for a new sign.
In our neighbors house they own 200 cats!
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yes, from GROW Example of use as a verb: "He grew corn in his backyard."
Example sentence - She looked over her shoulder prior to backing the car out of the driveway.
Oil leaks from just about anywhere that there is an oil gasket. For example, the rocker cover, the sump and numerous other places. Take the care to a service centre to have it check (especially before you park your car in a friends driveway).
Yes. Example:I gave my friends and neighbors the coupons.
it could work in future perfect and in present perfect Example : Present Perfect : I have played football in the backyard . Future Perfect : I will have played football in the backyard .
You can find grasshoppers in grassy areas for example in the park your backyard or soccer fields
No. Neighbors is a plural noun. Neighbor's means belong to the neighbor.For example - My neighbors are really nice.My neighbor's car was stolen today.
The neighbors who wanted the trees to remain in the landscape were in conflict with the neighbors who wanted to cut down the trees, simply to improve their view of the ocean.