What is a sentence for porch?
i have a porch in the front of my house.
The porch had holes the size of footballs in it.
What is the adjective in this sentence and the pronoun or the noun Is there a squirrel on your front porch?
The adjective is front. The nouns are squirrel and porch. The pronouns are there and your.
Empty. The word that describes the noun-porch
. The porch furniture was blown clear off the porch; the two swings that hung from the porch ceiling of the porch were scattered more than 100 yards away into the vegetable garden near the smoke house
The verb is "is".
The liana obscures the porch.
The cornice of the porch was in sever need of repair.
The subdued light which crept under the porch and came in through the fan shaped window over the door fell on his face.
"A carpenter was called to fix the wooden porch."
The columns for the front porch were fluted, giving them a unique look.
There's a little wren on the porch!
Here's a quick one...... "My grandmother sits on the porch, and watches the sunset everyday. (not too sure if the comma belongs after porch though) ;-)
On a nice day I eat yogurt on my front porch.
The columns for the front porch were FLUTED, giving them a unique look. :)
There's a cute baby armadillo on the back porch right now!
"I have to sweep my porch tonight." I hope that's alright.
She patiently waited on the back porch step standing arms akimbo.
Example: The poor family sat on a dirty porch.
Here are your plans (see enclosure). The screens on the porch create a pleasant enclosure.
The word beehive is a noun. A sentence with this word would be as follows: The beehive had grown so large that it had consumed half of the back porch.
The preposition "in" forms the phrase, giving the location of the puppy's discovery.
A portico is a kind of porch with a roof and columns. We added a portico to the house last summer.
*The dog ran. *The cat jumped on the porch. *I love pizza! *Ice cream is amazing! (:
I needed a light to illuminate the porch. Hopefully his speech will illuminate the politician's beliefs.
All of the people in my family are my relatives. Thankfully, the big dog returned to the relative safety of his porch.
"Mary looked at the growing vines wrapping gentley around the wooden trellis on the porch."
"Porch" in English is il portico ("the porch") in Italian.
a service porch is a porch but for service men to come in and out of!
The plural for porch is porches. More than one porch=porches
A run-on sentence contains too much information that should be in two or more sentences. For example: She went home and changed her clothes then went out to the porch her friend was there they liked each other that was until they had a fight. A sentence fragment is incomplete, like She thought she... (what?).
Porch is the noun because it is naming a thing. A porch is an exterior appendage to a building.
Yes, the noun 'porch' is a common noun, a general word for any porch of any kind. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; for example: Porch Street, Portland, ME Porch Light Productions (theater group), Glen Rock, NJ Back Porch Cafe, Watertown, TN "porch" is a regular noun
a porch is a noun
This is my front porch
The cornice of the porch was in severe need of repair. A part of the cornice of the building broke off and damaged a car parked below.
The intent of a whirlwind romance is to sweep your intended right off of her feet. Please sweep the front porch. How can you sweep with that old broom?
My favorite times were sitting on the front porch of my grandfathers house , where he would sip wiskey and share his reminiscences of times gone by.
the meaning to raised porch
The plural of porch is porches.
There is no actual answers to this. But the weight that it can hold will very if: * The Porch is concrete * The Porch is held up with wooden or steel beams * If there is any damage to the Porch or your home's foundation
The word porch has one syllable.
A porch is a sheltered area that stands out at the front of a building.
Robert Porch died in 1962.
Robert Porch was born in 1875.
These answers have been hermetically sealed in a mayonnaise jar on Funk and Wagnall's porch since noon today. If this is for a class, you might not want to use that sentence unless you know where it came from. Your teacher may recognize it.
Everything told of long use and quiet slow decay; the very bell-rope in the porch was frayed into a fringe, and hoary with old age.
enclosed porch = PARVIS
put a door in front of the porch ?
No, porch is a singular, common, concrete noun.
porch definition- A covered shelter projecting in front of the entrance of a building Antonyms backporch- a porch for the back door Synonyms deck