What is a sentence for fishing?
We went fishing last week. -- here fishing is a noun
She is fishing down at the lake. -- here fishing is a verb
The sentence is a sentence. The adjectives in the sentence are secret and fishing, describing the noun spot. There are no adverbs in the sentence.
Which is not a sentence fragment that uses correct sentence grammar He liked to go He liked to go fishing He fishing go He liked go He liked to?
The one that is NOT a sentence fragment and uses correct sentence grammar is:He liked to go fishing.
Fishing can either be a gerund phrase or a participial depending on how you use it in a sentence. For example, "Fishing is fun." is a sentence in which fishing is used as a gerund. To use fishing as a participial an example would be, "When I go camping I like to use my fishing gear." In the first sentence fishing is used as a noun and in the second fishing is used as an… Read More
That depends on how it's used in a sentence. As a present participle, fishing is used with an auxiliary verb to create the progressive tenses. "Henry will be fishing tomorrow." Fishing is gerund (verbal noun) in the sentence "Fishing is very relaxing." Fishing can also be used as an adjective. "Henry needs a fishing pole for his trip."
I believe that fishing is used as a noun in there
I am awfully sure it is you are fishing because of this sentence; "Are you fishing with me or not?" It also is more common
"I want to go fishing." "Do you want to go fishing?" "We went fishing yesterday!" "He was fishing for information". One of the best known books in Britain is Fly Fishing by J R Hartley.
A trawler is a fishing boat that drags a large fishing net called a trawl.
That depends on the sentence. Does your brother enjoy fishing? Do your parents enjoy fishing?
I intend to go fishing tomorrow. Means I plan to go fishing.
He bought a fishing lure at the store.
The common nouns in the sentence are fishing (a gerund) and boat.
Why is fishing the gerund and predicate nominative in the sentence George's greatest pleasure is fishing?
Fishing is a gerund because it's the -ing form of a verb that functions as a noun in a sentence. Because it's functioning as a noun, it can be used as a predicate nominative, which is a noun that follows a linking verb and restates the subject.
His favorite sport is fishing.
We went fishing for trout.
I was milking the cows while they were fishing!
I caught a mackerel with my fishing pole.
My newest fishing spear is multipronged.
no, it is an idiom
The reservoir is now open for ice fishing.
Here are some sentences. We're going to the lake this weekend. The freshwater lake was a popular vacation spot.
There are three worms on my fishing hook.
The sentence does not pose a question of grammar, but of sense. Norway is a country, and as such it cannot be an industry. The sentence would be better understood if it read: Norway has had a great fishing industry for a long time.
Example sentence - Amanda was cited by the game warden for fishing without a license.
The riffle swept my fishing rod away.
I went fishing yesterday and I reeled in three fish.
What happened then is still a a secret. then we left for fishing.
I was fishing for salmon and caught an Arctic grayling!
You could use it like "He baited the fishing rod"
When we went fishing I caught a massive trout!
The sentence contains four nouns: Jack fishing father year
Do you use had or has in this sentence My grandfather had been my fishing buddy and advisor for as long as I can remember?
It depends on whether the sentence is supposed to be in the present or past tense. If it's the past tense -- if your grandfather is no longer your fishing buddy because he died or because you two got in a huge fight -- then you use "had." If he still IS your fishing buddy and advisor -- if it's the present tense -- then you use "has."
The boys from Mayberry enjoy fishing. boys = common noun, plural noun Mayberry = proper noun fishing = gerund
Even after I had to answer the phone, my husband just rattled on about his fishing trip.
Attica contains excellent harbors for ships and fishing boats.
She sat at the end of the quay, fishing and watching the boats sailing into the harbour.
The law prohibits hunting and fishing without a license.
The fisherman caught a salmon which he used to win the fishing contest.
Not unless it is the first word of a sentence or part of a title.
A quiet fishing village located in bayou country
I went fishing for two hours and only caught a minnow.
The crew was shipwrecked on a deserted island. The shipwrecked sailor survived by fishing.
The mere fact that the license is expired does not constitute a crime. If you are fishing (an act) with an expired license, there is potential for a jail sentence, depending on where this occurs.
I do not mind fishing, as long as I don't have to bait the hook.
a man found a dead person floating in a sea while fishing.
When eating fish, I prefer salmon; but nothing beats fishing and catching a trout.
Fishing vessels and rescue craft should always have emergency beacons, in case they get lost.
We bought you a new yacht so u could go fishing.
It is spelled trout. An example sentence might be, "Many people enjoy fishing for trout."
I was listening to Jack tell us about his fishing trip and he was certainly guilty of hyperbole.