end of the year
Yes it is.
She was in traction, in the hospital for almost a year is this written correctly?
The correct use of this phrase is "a year" Ex. "Twice a year, Three times a year, 14 times a year."
Yes, that is grammatically correct, as long as you are using them as objects, although it is probably more usual to say "her and her sister". For example, it is correct to say "He dated her sister and her last year." "He dated her and her sister last year" is also correct. If you are using them as subjects, however, you must use "she" instead of "her": "She and her sister both attended Evergreen College." It is incorrect to use "she" as an object or "her" as a subject.
20-year warranty would be correct: 20-year is a compound adjective applied to warranty.
An year is not correct grammatically. An is only used before a vowel. Year begins with a Y so one would write 'a year'. But an apple; an egg, an institute, an opening, an umbrella. However if a U is pronounced 'yu' as in 'use' or 'Ugandan' then one uses 'a'. A useful thing. A Ugandan man.
No. Write either 20th Reunion Classes or 20-Year Reunion Classes.
No, it is not correct grammar to write About a year and a half year ago.The correct way: about a year and a half ago.Example sentences:The family moved out about a year and a half ago.About a year and a half ago, I broke my ankle.The phrase "about a year and a half ago" means "about 18 months ago".
It should be either of following two sentence: 1. my requirements for your first year 2. my requirements for your initial year
Grammatically speaking, 'akemashite' comes from 'akeru' meaning 'to open, to dawn, etc'. In usage, 'akemashite omedtou gozaimasu' is the formal greeting for new year, but 'akeome', and 'akemashite' also are used as short forms of the same long phrase. In that phrase it means "congratulations of the new year 'arriving/dawning'".
New Year's has past is not grammatically correct. The word 'past' is a noun, an adjective, an adverb, or a preposition. The verb forms are pass, passes, passing, and passed.You could say either: New Year's has passed. or, New Year's is in the past.