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What is a bi-plane?
Asked in Science, Airplanes and Aircraft
What do you call an monoplanes with two sets of wings?
Asked in Pronouns, Sentence and Word Structure, Nouns
How do you use biplane in a sentence?
The word 'biplane' is a noun, a word for a type of airplane, a word for a thing. A noun functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition. EXAMPLE SENTENCES A biplane opened the airshow. (subject of the sentence) The silvery color that the biplane was painted flashed in the sunlight. (subject of the relative clause) They rolled a biplane out of the hanger. (direct object of the verb 'rolled') He made the biplane some new seat covers. (indirect object of the verb 'made') We took a ride in a biplane. (object of the preposition 'in')