Asked in Grammar, Writing and Composition
Is it correct to say tom has been out of work for a month?
That is correct. You could also say: Tom has been unemployed for a month.
Asked in Animal Life
When you enter the code to save the answer to a question it always says that it is incorect but you no it is correct why does it say that?
Well you must have made a mistake! It would'nt just say that!
Asked in To Kill a Mockingbird
When tom Robinson testified what does he say mayella did when he gets down from the chair?
Tom says that mayella grabbed him and kissed him
Asked in Catholicism
When a bishop says Mass at the end of the Mass he says something different than 'the Mass is ended go in peace'. What does he say and what is the correct response?
Sometimes the say: To go in peace to love and serve the Lord. Your response is always :Thanks be to God. ...
Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure, Pronouns
Is it grammatically correct to say that 'India have'?
No. This is incorrect. We always say 'India has".
Is it correct to say he is always getting lost or should you say he always is getting lost and why?
he is always getting lost. because the second part is wrong
Asked in Physics
Is it correct to say that gravitational force is not pull it is push?
No it is NOT CORRECT. Gravitational force is always attractive.
Asked in Ramadan
What do you say when someone says Ramadan Mubarak?
Whenever anybody says that to me I say Khair Mubarak and hug them. I don't know if your supposed to say that but it's what I always say. ...
Asked in Grammar
Is it correct to say Tom had interviewed five times before he got his first job?
It would be Tom had been interviewed five times
Is it correct to say 'family say farewell' or 'family says farewell'?
If you want your family to say, "farewell" the correct way to tell them to do so is by saying, "family say, farewell." ...
Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure
Why is you say correct and not you says?
The verb is say. When the subject is he/she/it or a singular noun then you add -s to the verb. She says they should go home now. The teacher says they should go home now. - singular noun subject = teacher You say they should go home now. (You can be singular or plural but is always treated as plural.) When the subject is I, we, they, you or a plural noun then you do not add -s to the verb. We say that...
Asked in Literature & Language
If Someone says that they always lie are they telling the truth Or are they lying?
If I said "I always lie" and it's true, then I have spoken the truth and I don't always lie. By the same token if I say "I always lie" and it's a lie, then I say the truth sometimes. The man lies when he says he always lies. ...