Asked in Books and Literature
Give a specific example of setting a trap for your memory?
example of setting a trap for your memory say you're walking to class and suddenly remember that your accounting assignment is due tomorrow. switch your watch to the opposite wrist . now you're "trapped".every time you glance at your wrist and remember that your are were supposed to remember and that you have switched your watch,it becomes a remember that you were supposed to remember something else. ...
Asked in Hyperbole and Superlative
What is the comparative and superlative form of suddenly?
more suddenly, most suddenly
Asked in Lyrics and Sheet Music, Radio, iTunes
What are the lyrics to Suddenly I see?
Her face is a map of the world Is a map of the world You can see she's a beautiful girl She's a beautiful girl And everything around her is a silver pool of light The people who surround her feel the benefit of it It makes you calm She holds you captivated in her palm Suddenly I see (Suddenly I see) This is what I wanna be Suddenly I see (Suddenly I see) Why the hell it means so much to me I feel like walking...
Asked in Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies
Why did Roy save Deckard in Blade Runner?
As he was about to die, Roy suddenly came to the realization that he had nobody to remember him, and that by saving Deckard's life, he would show Deckard that he had suddenly, finally discovered how precious life was, and would maybe make Deckard feel guilty about killing any more Replicants. ...
Asked in Pronouns, Parts of Speech, Verbs
Is suddenly a linking verb?
No, the word 'suddenly' is not a verb; suddenly is an adverb, a word that modifies a verb (suddenly thought, suddenly appeared). A linking verb acts somewhat like an equals sign, the object is a form of the subject (Mary is my sister. Mary=sister); or the subject becomes the object (Mary felt cold. Mary->cold). The adverb 'suddenly' can modify the linking verb: Mary suddenly felt cold. ...