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Asked in Abstract Nouns
Is the word appreciate an abstract noun?
No, the word 'appreciate' is not a noun. The word 'appreciate' is a verb (appreciate, appreciates, appreciating, appreciated). The abstract noun forms of the verb to appreciate are appreciation and the gerund, appreciating. ...
Asked in Grammar
Is I appreciate your circumspect correct grammatically?
No. Since "circumspect" is an adjective, "I appreciate your circumspect" is about as grammatically correct as "I appreciate your clean". Saying "I appreciate your circumspect behavior" is correct, similar to "I appreciate your clean appearance". ...
Asked in Grammar, Letters Notes and Memos
Is I appreciate you responding to my letter or I appreciate your responding to my letter correct?
I appreciate your responding to my letter is correct.