Asked in Example Sentences
How do you make a sentence with applause?
Asked in Example Sentences, Nouns
Example of sentence by using the word applause?
The word 'applause' is a noun that can function as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition. Example sentences: The applause inspired the speaker's courage. We could hear the applause in the locker room. The staff showed their pleasure with applause. The silence seemed long before the applause began.
Asked in Apostrophes and Ellipses
Where does the apostrophe go in the sentence The fans applause is loud?
Where does the apostrophe goes in this sentence - The fans applause is loud.?
Asked in Parts of Speech, Nouns
Is applause a predicate noun direct object or indirect object?
The word 'applause' is a noun, a word for approval shown by clapping hands; a word for any positive expression of appreciation or approval; a word for a thing. A noun can function as the subject of a sentence or a clause, as the object of a verb or a preposition, as a predicate noun (subject complement), and as an object complement. Examples: The applause from the stadium was heard blocks away. (subject of the sentence) He was silenced by the roar that the applause generated. (subject of the relative clause) We heard applause coming from the board room. (direct object of the verb 'heard') The audience responded with applause. (object of the preposition 'with') The sound you hear is the applause of the fans. (predicate noun, sound = applause) The sound you hear is clapping, applause. (object complement, clapping = applause)
You start with applaud than make it applause is it a suffix?
Where does the apostrophe go in this sentence - The fans applause is loud?
Asked in Parts of Speech
What part of speech is the word round in this sentence There was a round of applause in the hall?
Asked in English Language
What is the participial phrase in this sentenceOvercome by emotion the audience thundered applause?