Discuss about the hojj?
No such vehicle I have ever heard of.
Discuss is a verb. And discuss IS the conjugation of the verb that goes with a plural subject- We discuss things over dinner. They discuss things over lunch.
"Discuss about" is incorrect. "Discuss" is correct.
will discuss. You will Discuss the future tense.
Depending upon the context, the infinitive form of discuss may or may not be used. Infinitive: "I wish to discuss language." -- "He is going to discuss language." Declarative: "I will discuss language." -- "I discuss language."
'Discuss' is a verb. In english, only nouns and pronouns have singular and plural forms. the verb discuss can be used with both singular nouns and pronouns (I discuss) and plural nouns and pronouns (we discuss).
discuss the constitutional reform in nigeria discuss the constitutional reform in nigeria
The spelling "discuss" is correct.
You need to discuss that with your creditor. You need to discuss that with your creditor. You need to discuss that with your creditor. You need to discuss that with your creditor.
Look at the bottom of this answer or any answer to a question and there you'll see "Discuss Question". Click on it and discuss.
discuss the history of computer
discuss the origin of a computer ?
I shall discuss physics.
You need to discuss this matter with your lender.
discuss the government,currency,andeconomy in china
my we discuss something in my office please
discuss how DNA is replicated in detail
Discuss the Normalization Process.
It doesn't discuss.
it means to discuss the personalities of the person
Both are acceptable in English, depending on their use. The former, "further discuss," may make more sense in a sentence such as, "We will further discuss the matter" whereas for the latter, something like "We will discuss the matter further" would be more correct.
You need to discuss that issue with your lender. You need to discuss that issue with your lender. You need to discuss that issue with your lender. You need to discuss that issue with your lender.
What first lady was quoted as saying great minds discuss ideasaverage minds discuss eventssmall minds discuss people.?
I/you/we/they discuss. He/she/it discusses. The present participle is discussing.
discuss the objective of business
The guys stopped to discuss what we wanted to do.
Computerization and telecommunication in Africa discuss?
discuss the variouse sources of government
What are factors of marketing mix discuss it
No. The noun is 'discussion.'
Can you discuss the step in program development?
discuss life and literature of pampa
The verb of discussion is discuss. As in "to discuss something with someone".
They discuss how the Socs are no worse than the Greasers.
The one that I'll discuss is....
Having a discussion means that you had or are talking in a discussion and discuss means like you would ask, "wanna to discuss something?"
I would like to discuss this matter more fully during our next session. Let's not discuss it further right now.
No, the word discuss is not an adverb. The word discuss is a verb, because it is an action. The words verb and adverb have similar spelling but they are different things.
Yes, the word discuss is a verb. An example sentence could be: The Teacher's Union meets once a month to discuss the length of school recess.
Discuss the development of library
Yes you can discuss the Amarican victory at Sarotoga.
discuss with examples the elements of computer system.?
they discuss about human geography and etc'
critically discuss the process of dehuminisation
The word discuss is a verb. The past tense is discussed.
to discuss means to cover all parts of the topic
"It is important to discuss which college to go to with your family."
The weight of discuss throw for women is 1kg .
You can discuss computer hardware on the major discussion forums.