It is unusual for someone to say no to going on a vacation.The officer asked, "Did you notice anything unusualabout his behavior last night?"This kids enjoy searching for unusual shells and rocks along the shore.I wonder what kind of animal left these unusual markings in the snow?She's an avid reader who hunts for unusual books at flea markets, garage sales and used book stores.Dad prefers traditional meat and potatoes and considers anything else to be too unusual for his consumption.Tired of our ordinary activities, we scanned the papers for something unusual and exciting to do.She's always the first one to arrive, so we found it very unusual that she wasn't at her desk that morning.Ronald found Martha's behaviour shocking and unusual.That is a very unusual drawing you have there.The unusual, green fence stood out from the red fences that lined the street.It was unusual for the dog to bark out of nowhere.
No, the word stood is not an adverb.Stood is a verb, because it is an action.
The professional football (soccer) club Crystal Palace FC.
it is standing---The present perfect tense of "stand":I have stoodYou have stoodHe/she/it has stoodWe have stoodThey have stoodIs standing is the third person singular in the present continuous.
It is the western retaining wall used for holding up the esplanade where the Jewish Temple stood. It is a very holy site to Jews.
i stood for my rights.
Stood is a verb.
Was it you who stood over there?
Stood has one syllable.
No, "stood" is the past tense of "stand".
She stood for a democratic union and psychology
Stood is also the past participle.
Stood and Still
Stood is the past tense of stand
No, but stood can mean rose, which is a homophone of rows.
No. Stood is a verb, as in "The man stood up for his son.", and along is a preposition, as in "He walked along the wall"
Baltimore Maryland. The fort stood up to British Naval bombardment, and because it was there, the British Navy could not land British soldiers on Baltimore Maryland. The British Army tried to outflank Fort McHenry, but, they were defeated on land, so a water attack was the only other way to attack Baltimore. When Fort McHenry was stand standing, Flag Flying, the British Navy sailed away.
After the British burned the executive mansion in 1812 it was painted white to cover the burn marks. In the 1800's it was very expensive to paint a house so to paint a whole house white was unusual. People began to refer to it as the "White House" because it stood out against the undeveloped Washington DC and it was the only one painted white. It stood out.
She stood patiently at the altar.So, yes. :)
The union stood for the north and the confederate stood for the south.
stood is the verb
The duration of Where Once They Stood is 1800.0 seconds.
He stood is already the past tense.
Stood up for yourself