What are Veins Not the ones that run through your body but a Pronoun?
The word 'veins' is a noun, the plural form of the noun 'vein', a word for a thing.
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.
The pronouns that take the place of the plural noun 'veins' are they as a subject, and them as an object in a sentence.
Example: We could study the veins in the video. They were clear enough to see them function.
The noun 'veins' has several different definitions, one of them is the tubes that carry blood throughout the body, or fluids throughout a plant. Other definitions of the noun 'veins' are:
- formations of minerals in rock;
- distinctive qualities, styles, or tendencies.
When men excersize continuously veins stick out and they are more green and notisable. The body temperature increases significantly so your body is trying to cool itself down it does it through many means by sweating and panting and sometimes through your veins so do mot worry your body is cooling you down.
Yes, the word 'ones' is a noun and an indefinite pronoun. The noun 'ones' is a word for the firsts in a series; a word for one dollar bills. The indefinite pronoun 'ones' is a word that takes the place of a noun for unknown or unnamed people or things. Examples: I exchange the ones from my tips for larger denomination bills. (noun) The ones who make donations must be given a receipt. (indefinite pronoun)…
No. The named veins are fairly consistent over the population but smaller ones are completely variable. Even the bigger veins often in different places or occur in different ways and the uccurence of these variations within the population can be found in many books. This is the same for any part of the human body not just the veins.
The ones who transfer oxygen lacking blood from all parts of the body back to the right atrium of the heart, and transfer oxygen rich blood to the left atrium of the heart from the lungs. Unlike the arteries the veins have flaps preventing the blood from going the wrong way. They're also weaker in structure than the veins.
The left pulmonary vein carries oxygenated blood from the left lung to the left atrium of the heart. The pulmonary arteries and veins are the only ones which are "opposite" as the rest of the bodies veins and arteries. Veins normally carry unoxygenated blood from the body back to the heart/lungs. Arteries normally carry oxygenated blood to the body from the heart. Pulmonary arteries carry unoxygenated blood from the heart to the lungs and pulmonary…
The pronoun 'you' is the second person, personal pronoun, the one (ones) spoken to. The pronoun 'you' is both singular and plural; both subjective and objective. The third person is the one (ones) spokent about. The third person, singular subjective personal pronouns are: he, she, it. The third person, plural subjective personal pronoun is: they The third person, singular, objective personal pronouns are: him, her, it. The third person, plural, objective personal pronoun is: them.
areteries pump blood around the body, and are ticker so they can with stand the pressure that is used to pump the bloody from the heart to muscles and organs around the body. where as veins are thiner and have valves on them to stop back flow as these are the ones that take blood back to the heart from around the body, via the lungs, when it is deoxygenated to pick up more oxygen…