Is this sentence correct the boys teased Tina and you until her and you left the store?
They ran playfully down to the store. She playfully teased him until he blushed.
No, it's not. "her and I left the store" is definitely wrong. The simple rule for deciding which form of a pronoun to use when combining two or more of them is to use each of them by itself and see which form is appropriate. The phrase "her left the store" is comprehensible on a "me Tarzan, you Jane" level, but it's clearly not RIGHT. Also, "Tina and you" should be reversed. (Rule of thumb… Read More
No, the sentence should be: All business activities were suspended from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
I love you mom and dad! Is there anything else I can do?
The food in my refrigerator will suffice until I can get to the grocery store next week.
Your sentence is correct.
No. You don't need both yet and until now. The best is It has not been forwarded yet.
No. Either drop until, saying "We are looking forward to seeing you then" or use the future tense "We will be looking forward to seeing you until then ( that is, when we actually do see you)."
"First and foremost" is an adverb so the concept of grammar does not apply until you use it in a sentence.
Endless, you could, technically, continue writing a sentence until the day you die and it still be correct if you used proper punctuation,
i didn't want to bring jimmy to the grocery store too, until he bought us all cookies.
Our language changes slow but it does change. My brother has been hitting me. He is hitting me now. He will continue hitting me. He will have hitted me until I am blue if you do not do something about it. Is this the correct grammar for these sentences? The last sentence should say "He will have hit me until I am blue if you do not do something about it."
It's not possible for anyone to help you select the correct sentence from the list of choices you hold, until you allow him to peek at the list.
The correct spelling is chimney. An example sentence is "Santa was stuck in the chimney for two hours until the firefighters rescued him".
The statement is a sentence fragment. The word "until" requires a condition to have been fulfilled prior to the action being carried out or completed. That condition may be before or after the "until" portion. Examples: He decided to wait at the station, until his mother called him twice. Until his mother called called him twice, he had no idea how serious his father was ill.
(Until is an adverb that means up to that point in time or the event mentioned. It is also used as a conjunction.) President Kennedy served in office until his death by assassination. We will wait here until the boys come back from the store.
It's a bit clumsy. It would be better like this: "As of now, it has not yet been forwarded". Answer No, in the present form the 'yet' is redundant. To be correct the 'until now' or the 'yet' should be between 'not' and 'been'. Either: "It has not until now been forwarded" or "It has not yet been forwarded".
How long are you going to wait for an answer? Until 8pm? Until midnight? Until next Tuesday? No, "Until." is not a sentence.
The word 'grocery store' is a noun, a compound noun, a word for a thing. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. The pronoun that takes the place of the 'grocery store' is it. Example: There is a grocery store around the corner. It will be open until ten.
Until is the correct spelling, yes. Some example sentences are: We will wait here until we get some answers. "Until your new teacher arrives, I am in charge here," chuckled the witch as she rubbed her hands and licked her lips. We are stuck here until the mechanic arrives.
a sentence would be "I wont do my homework until I eat my dinner".
The dialogue sentence, "Molly, our bus won't leave until 7:00" requires punctuation such as quotation marks (" "), a comma, an apostrophe and a colon (time).
A run-on sentence contains two or more independent clauses (separate subject-predicate pairs) that should be separated by punctuation. This would be a run-on sentence: "The dog went outside to chase the cat into the alley he bit its tail when he caught it." Notice there is no punctuation and the sentence has two distinct clauses. Some may attempt to repair this by adding a comma (after "alley") which does not produce a correct sentence. This… Read More
The correct spelling is until. Some example sentences are: She plans to stay up until midnight. We will have to wait until the car is repaired. Until you learn how to spell that word, you are not leaving this room.
The store owner was sent a final warning about blocking the sidewalk. Final exams will be given next week. At the discount store, all sales were final. The game was not decided until the final seconds.
'Is until tomorrow' is a fragment, because it has no real subject. You can make it a sentence: What Is until tomorrow?
I departed the store and went home. I can't wait until we have departed. Has the 12:30 train departed the station?
No. The correct expression is "even though." Correct: Even though the assignment wasn't due until Friday, Ella decided to get an early start on it. Incorrect: Even although... Ouch, that's just bad. I can't even finish the sentence. But you get the idea. ;)
Which punctuation change will correct this sentence From 800 am until 600 pm Mr Downs sells hardware?
From 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., Mr. Downs sells hardware. add a colon between 6 and 00
It is an imperative sentence.
The word 'cannot' is not a pronoun; cannot is a compound word comprised of the verb 'can' and the adverb 'not'. The word cannot functions as a verb or auxiliary verb in a sentence. Examples: He can not go until he finishes his homework. Or, He cannot go until he finishes his homework.
What is the correct way to write the sentence The first microwave ovens were sold in 1960 but everybody didn't use them until the late 1980's?
The first microwave ovens were sold in 1960 but were not a commonly used appliance until the late 1980's
You never find out. All we know about her is that she is a ghost who haunts the girl's toilets that she died in. She was crying in the toilets after being teased, when she looked in the eye of Tom Riddle's basalisk. She died and remained on earth to haunt and follow a girl in her year, Olive (who had teased her) , until she was given a restriction from the Ministry of Magic.
A life sentence is until you die there.
"We could only stay out until 11 P.M."
The preposition is until.
The correct (safe) way of handling and storing a tool depends on what kind of tool it is and how big it is. You cannot describe safe tool handling and storage until you know that.
Then you get some free stuff. There not going to call you credit card company up and then have you return to the store with all product still in the package and reapply it to there computer system. If your undercharged and they catch it then and there then they can cancel the last transaction and redo the process until its correct
Is the sentence 'Sharon borrowed a book about gardening from her mother by using no pesticides' correct?
It made sense until ' by using no pesticides ' . How does she not use pesticides to borrow a book... ? Ambiguous Modifier Apex.
A run-on sentence is one that lacks conjunctions and/or proper punctuation when joining two or more independent clauses. One type of run-on sentence is called a comma splice. Many people consider comma splices and run-on sentences to be the same thing, but I believe there is a difference. You can have a run-on sentence without a comma splice. The furnace is broken, the repairman can't come until tomorrow. <-- run-on sentence containing a comma splice… Read More
Example sentence - They would want to wait until they sky looked white too.
"Whoever" is in the subjective case, meaning it refers to or takes the place of the subject in the sentence. For example, the following sentence is correct: Whoever ate my pie is going to be sorry! "Whoever" refers to the subject of the sentence. On the other hand, "whomever" is considered in the objective case, meaning it often represent the object of a verb, infinitive, etc. For example, the following sentence is correct: I will… Read More
until you eat your vegetables
I play outside until it gets dark!
I will wait until you are done cleaning your room
AAAWWUUBBIS is an acronym to remember the most common subordinating conjunctions: Although, After, As, While, When, Until, Because, Before, If, and Since. If a clause begins with an AAAWWUUBBIS word (subordinating conjunction), it becomes a dependent clause. For example: I went to the store. (Independent clause. This is a complete sentence.) When I went to the store... (Dependent clause. This is not complete without a comma and an independent clause.) When I went to the… Read More
Is this sentence you have a pencil and a pen and a paper and a box and a crayon grammatically correct?
It is, but lacking the commas. In English it's preferred not to keep repeating 'and' and just the articles 'a' until the last object and they're all seperated by a comma.
'Until the class begins' is not a complete sentence, and therefore it can not be classified. It is a clause, introduced by the conjunction 'until.' 'Until the class begins' is not a complete thought. We're still waiting for the rest of the sentence. Something will or will not happen, take place, be allowed, etc., 'until the class begins.' Without that something being stated, there is not a complete thought. It takes a complete thought to… Read More
Example sentence - Our home will not be tranquil until his daughter moves out for ever.
No it probably wouldn't be the best choice. You'll get harrasment if it doesn't work out, and if it does you'll still get teased. You should probably wait until the boys grow up.