Asked in ProtestantismMethodismIce Cream
Where did the phrase ice cream eaters for Methodists come from?
February 26, 2008 1:52AM
At my last church, during the summer, some of us would make home made ice cream and have an ice cream social. I think it's just a nickname. We do like to gather and eat.
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Asked in Arts and Crafts, Sewing, Name Origins, Ice Cream
Where did the phrase Sew a button on ice cream come from?
What are Methodists?
Methodists are Christians who are members of the Protestant denomination called the Methodist Church. Methodist roots come from the Anglican church in England and the teachings and preachings of John Wesley, an Anglican priest. Methodists tend to be centrist, with more church governance and liturgical elements than fundamentalists, pentecostals or evangelicals.
Asked in Verbs
Do verb phrases always come before the verb?
No. Verb phrases are the same as verbs. Sometimes a single verb is used in a sentence: I like ice cream. The verb is like, it is a single word. Sometimes more than one verb is used, then you have a verb phrase: We are eating ice cream. The verb phrase are eating is be + present participle of eat. They have eaten lots of ice cream. The verb phrase is have eaten it is have + past participle of eat
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Asked in Nouns
Does a prepositional phrase come befroe or after a noun?
A prepositional phrase can come before a noun (or pronoun): At the party Jack played the piano. A prepositional phrase includes a noun (or pronoun): Jack played the piano at the party. A prepositional phrase can come after a noun (or pronoun): Jack played the piano at the party. A prepositional phrase can come after a verb: Jack played at the party.