The first scenery was painted during the Renaissance.
Scenery was first painted during the Renaissance.
yes because it helps descibe the characters and scenery
Example counter nouns for 'scenery' are: views of scenery pictures of scenery (photos or paintings) flats of scenery (theatrical)
Scenery is not an adverb, no.The word scenery is actually a noun.
The widescreen format came about because of TV. Moviemakers felt that people would come to the theatres to see something they couldn't see at home, which was a large panaromic view of stunning scenery.
Look at the marvelous scenery.
The word scenery does not have a plural.
Nobody is responsible for the invention of scenery. Scenery is the view that is seen from different angles by a person.
The thrust stage of the Elizabethan theatres and of many modern theatres make complex scenery and stage props impractical for two reasons. First, they block the sightlines of the audience on the sides of the stage. Second, there are no wings or flies to store scenery. So bringing on a bunch of trees to show that you are now in the forest of Arden would be counter-productive--it would waste time trying to bring on and store the trees through the back wall and the trees would get in the way and prevent the audience from seeing the actors. it is easier and better to let the audience know that they are in a forest through the dialogue and their imagination.
The noun scenery is a concrete noun for specific scenery, the immediate physical surroundings or the set on a stage. The noun scenery is an abstract noun when used in general, for example: I need a vacation from the dreary scenery of the city. The scenery of the countryside would be so soothing.
Look at the beautiful scenery. Maybe have a picture of some beautiful scenery.
A Change of Scenery was created in 1988.
A Scenery Like Me was created in 2003.
Govardhan Panchal has written: 'The theatres of Bharata and some aspects of Sanskrit play-production' -- subject(s): Stage-setting and scenery, Theaters, History and criticism, Theater, Sanskrit drama
The scenery is what is like around you, like looking ata view, a sunset, that's a scenery or a beach. Like a scene
Scenery is a noun for a view of natural aspects. For example; "When traveling up a mountain, the scenery was beautiful. "
Yes the word scenery is a noun. It is a common noun.
The sceneries are beautiful.
i want 5 sentences / lines about scenery
Scenery effects are what happens as a result of scenery. Many effects include mood changes or plot twists and turns.
Dictionary.com defines a scenery chewer as overacting or to act melodramatically http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/chew+up+the+scenery
look We looked at the nice scenery.