Could you make me a sentence for the word express?
If you use the word "express" as a verb, you could say something like, "I want to express my feelings."
"Express" can also be used as an adjective that describes something as fast or convenient, "I am going to the express McDonald's."
why you don't express your feelings? He could not express his sorrow.
i will see you in a second mam - make me a sentence
Does the sentence The author uses figurative language to express how Patty feels about her characterization. make sense?
The word characterization is wrong in the sentence. The correct word should be character.
He was held captive for fifteen years. The political captive was rescued by special forces. Captive tigers often suffer from genetic fur colouring problems.
Yeah! A definition sentence, but still a sentence.
yes you can here is a sentence: It would not be reasonable to ask if you could make a sentence with reasonable.
A sentence with the word 'blew' could be 'I watched as the kite blew in the wind.'
I would like to express myself succinctly.
He was able to express his opinion at the debate. She begins to express her disapproval at her husband's decoration choices.
To express time!
"You'll" = "You Will" so a sentence could be: You'll be here tomorrow.
You could use this, My teacher told me to spell the word acqusition.
I could have won one million dollars, had I won the lottery.
Almost. the only sentence is complete you're missing a a. the sentence is. gain a bar.
How can you express such obscenities!?
"His eligibility was definitely in question!"
At the moment,... At 5 p.m we could...
he closed the door on his face
I could not hear what you said.
yes you can use any word that you want
There are many ways you can have a correct sentence that ends with the word "in". I may be young but I have seen the word "in" at the end in many ways. 1. you could be asking a question (where is it in?) (you could replace "it" with chap-stick ex. what is the chapsick in?) 2. you could be stating a fact. ("come on in!") There are many ways you could make a correct… Read More
a word that rhymes with express could be distress..
'Possibly' might be able to make a sentence ambiguous. Or maybe 'sometimes' could. Its quite plausible the phrase 'almost always' could invoke ambiguity.
Here is a sentence: He felt what he could not reason upon or put into adequate words.
Example sentence - it is fun to be around people who have a good sense of humor.
Assimilationist is a process that takes time.
They have been fellows since childhood.
If I were paid to answer this question, I could make it a profession.
No one could predict who would answer this question.
The sphinx was a popular icon in Egypt.
the boy john had lots of humour.
A whale is fatter than a porpoise.
You can't it is not a word
none expreso xD
An ashtray is a container in which cigarette ash is disposed into. To make a sentence using the word ashtray, you could say, she disposed of her cigarette in the ashtray when it reached the butt.
Yes, you can make a sentence with the word "cartoon". It is a common noun. You could say "the boy watches the cartoons on TV every Saturday" or "That cartoon is so funny!"
"We settled the argument with a compromise - she could have the front seat if I could choose the movie."
Here are 2 examples that I can think of: Why don't you express your feelings to everyone? His feelings show and express anger.
She ran as fast as her dainty feet could carry her.
She heard whispering but could not distinguish what was said.
Could you please ask a question on WikiAnswers
yes, the question is an example of one.
i dimention my room so i could put my furniture
You could say. 'Don't treat me like a martyr'
Harold was baffled as to where his car keys could have gone.
The book cover was so tattered, I could not make out the color.
The parasite could consume its host completely.
That new display really captures the eye.
This team really pulls together in the clutch.
vehement means to express strong feelings.