What are four sentences for the word scissors?
Can you pass me the scissors, please?
Be careful with the scissors because they are sharp.
I have lost the scissors again.
He had scissors on his hands instead of fingers.
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No, as the word 'scissors' is plural it would be the 'scissors are on the desk' Read More
Cut is a three letter word. Scissors are used to cut. Read More
The Indonesian word for 'scissors' is GUNTING. Read More
"Schere" is the German word for "scissors" Read More
Scissors is a word that has no singular form. They are always plural. Read More
She used the scissors to cut a hole in the paper. Read More
Can you please pass the metal scissors Daniel? Read More
Other words for scissors are clippers,shears,or trimmers Read More
Scissors and shears are functionally the same. The word shears tends to be applied to larger units and the word scissors to smaller, but just how large something has to be before it is shears instead of scissors is not well defined. So one person may call it a scissors while another would call the same thing a shears. Read More
There are four kinds of sentences: 1) Declaratory sentences make a statement. 2) Exclamatory sentences express or show a strong emotion. 3) Imperative sentences give a command or direction. 4) Interrogative sentences ask a question. Read More
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Sentences can vary in length, so it is impossible to answer your question. Read More
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Generally, the word "scissors" isn't (is is used here since we are talking about a word) used by itself, but follows the counter pair. Thus, instead of saying something like "This/These scissors is/are quite sharp!", we would say something along the lines of "This pair of scissors is quite sharp!" or "These pairs of scissors are quite sharp!" Do note that instead of placing the deciding factor on the word scissors, we turn to the… Read More
The weight of a pair of scissors depends on many variables. However, a pair of seamstress shears weigh approximately four ounces. A pair of child's scissors weight about one ounce. Read More
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No, the word 'scissor' is a verb, meaning to cut with scissors, to move the legs back and forth in a way resembling the action of scissors. The noun form is 'scissors', a plural noun with no singular form. The noun 'scissors' is a binary noun, a word for something made up of two parts that form the whole (scissors, pants, glasses, etc.). Units of binary nouns are expressed by nouns called a 'noun counter'… Read More
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The word siccors is apparently a misspelling of the word scissors. Read More
The noun 'scissors' is a binary noun, a word for something made up of two parts that make the whole. The noun 'scissors' does not change from the singular to the plural because it's a shortened form of 'a pair of scissors' or 'many pairs of scissors'. Examples: I used my scissors to cut the patches. (singular) We passed out scissors to all of the students. (plural) Other examples of binary nouns are glasses, pants… Read More
scissors,incision. my teacher says that you can change a/the last letter of a root word. EX: i had to use the scissors to cut a knot i had in my hair. CISE means to cut Read More
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The four types of sentences according to function include a declarative sentence and interrogative sentence. The other two are imperative sentences and exclamatory sentences. Read More
The four types of sentences are declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences. An example of a declarative sentence is 'I am going home.' An exclamatory sentence is 'This is the best day I've had all year long' with an exclamation point at the end. An imperative sentence would be 'Stop' with a exclamation point at the end of the word. A interrogative sentence asks a question like 'Who are you', and a question mark goes… Read More
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No, it is not. The word "scissors" is a noun (and although it ends in an S, it is singular); in the sentence you are asking about, it would need an article. There are two ways to do this: if you are pointing it out by name, you would say, "It is a scissors." (It's not a rock, nor a tree, nor a knife. It's a scissors-- that's what it is called.) But if you… Read More
There is no such word. Read More
It's a sample sentence, or several sample sentences, but not a sample sentences. Sample sentences are sentences to help you understand the meaning of a word. Read More
The Italian word scindere means to split/ slice and the word's past participle is scisso. From it I think we derive our usage altered to produce a plural word scissors. Interestingly, the Italians use the word forbici for scissors which is obviously derived from the forceps route. This may indicate that some common English words are derived directly from classical latin rather than the latin vulgate. Read More