How do you remove concrete from a car that drove through slushy concrete?
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they drove through a portal
Jeff Gordon and Richard Petty both drove cars sponsored by Meineke.
You can find, "so we drove toward death through the cooling twilight" on page 136 in The Great Gatsby.
Jonathan Harker did. He drove a stake through his heart.
How do you turn off or reset the check engine light on a 2000 Camry that lit up when you drove through a puddle?
Remove battery cables for 10 min. then replace. should reset. if not get a local parts house to reset for u.
The noun 'drove' is used for a group moving from one place to another.The noun 'drove' is a standard collective noun for: a drove of bullocks a drove of cattle a drove of donkeys (or asses) a drove of goats a drove of hares a drove of hogs a drove of horses a drove of oxen a drove of pigs a drove of rabbits a drove of sheep a drove of swine and large groups… Read More
Yes, the noun 'drove' is used for a group moving from one place to another.The noun 'drove' is a standard collective noun for: a drove of bullocks a drove of cattle a drove of donkeys (or asses) a drove of goats a drove of hares a drove of hogs a drove of horses a drove of oxen a drove of pigs a drove of rabbits a drove of sheep a drove of swine and large… Read More
the belts on your car get wet
The noun 'drove' is a collective noun for: a drove of asses a drove of cattle a drove of donkeys a drove of goats a drove of hares a drove of horses a drove of oxen a drove of pigs a drove of rabbits a drove of sheep The noun 'shelf' is a collective noun for: a shelf of books
Possible internal engine damage.
Example sentence - Our car broke down after we drove through the desert.
I paddled hard and drove my canoe straight through the narrow strait.
Kasey Kahne drove the 9 car in the Nascar Cup Series from 2004 through race #31 of the 2010 season. Aric Almirola drove the 9 car in the last five races of 2010.
No, the noun 'drove' is a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a herd of livestock or a crowd of people moving together; a word for a thing. A possessive noun is a noun indicating ownership or possession, origin or purpose. Possessive nouns are formed by adding an apostrophe -s to the end of the word, or just an apostrophe to plural nouns that already end with -s. The possessive form of the noun… Read More
I unknowingly drove into a big pot hole, and it removed mine for me. Popped right off!
Members of the terrorist group Al Quida who had hijacked a passenger airplane.
Drove (past tense of drive) can be transitive or intransitive. Transitive: He drove me to work. Intransitive: He drove to work.
I drove it in a day. Went through the Cascades.
What is the noun verb adjective and adverb in the sentence On your summer vacation you drove through twelve states?
Nouns: vacation, states verb: drove Adjective: summer Adverb: through *Note: the word twelve is often called a determiner when used in combination with the noun states, but other sources consider it an adjective.
Drove is correct.
Mr. Rogers is drove
Felicity drove a car. Will and Bertram drove a herd of sheep.
Actually he just drove them out not drove as in car but drove as in he kicked them out.
because my mom drove her van through the store yesterday, p.s and crashed
What if you do not have car insurance and somebody hits you from the side when he drove out of a parking lot?
You go through the at fault driver's insurance carrier.
As we drove through the streets of Tangier, Morocco, it became increasingly obvious that in Northern Africa mosquitoes are ubiquitous
a stake is a noun. so u say like he drove a stake through my heart or something.
He drove his men through the dead of winter some 300 miles.
"You drove past his house" is correct.
In the book The Great Gatsby who is speaking when they say the quote so we drove on towards death through the cooling twilight?
JFK was assassinated as he drove through Dallas, Texas.
Depending on your breaks, if you drove straight through it will take you 12 hours...
No, and he probably never will act. He has acted... in True Jackson VP. He was himself, but he drove an ambulance through a wall!
A drove is a large group of animals, such as a "drove of cattle". In the 1800s, farmers drove cattle to points of shipment, such as to a river boat, often traveling mud roads.
Through means completing an action, such as "I am through with work for the day and am going to answer some questions on Wikianswers" or "he drove through the tunnel". Thorough means careful or detailed such as "after a thorough examination the doctor pronounced Jim fit as a fiddle".
'We drove to the sports center.' Or: 'We drove there.'
Drive is the present tense of drove.
Drove is the simple past tense.
Dale Jr. drove the 9 car Kasey Kahne drove the 8 car in 2007
Say you are sorry and that you were just distracted by someone else or that you were going through something really bad
It drove the industrial revolution
Yes, drove is the past tense of drive.
A drove of pigs if the collective noun for pigs on the move
The word 'drove' is the past tense for the verb to drive.
THey didn't drove there, they came in droves!
A dove is in a drove pack, you dopey prick.
If Rachel drove 80 mile's in the same amount of time as Jillian drove 80 kilometers who drove faster?
rachel is the speed demon
How do you write this sentence as a prepositional phrase having had nine children already she was too tired to feed the goats or wash the car?
You can't 'write' a sentence as a prepositional phrase. Sentences contain a subject and a verb and also maybe a prepositional phrases. Jon drove the car through the town. through the town is a prepositional phrase. Jon is the subject drove is the verb car is the object.
The latter sentence is correct: "You drove past his house."
The noun 'collision' is a concrete noun as a word for a crash in which two or more things or people hit each other; a word for a physical thing. Example: The officer took measurements at the scene of the collision. The noun 'collision' is an abstract noun as a word for a situation in which people or groups disagree; a word for a concept. Example: A collision of principles eventually drove them apart.