Asked in Animal Life
Which thing is made by a person but he never use it?
Asked in Word Brain Teasers, Jokes and Riddles
What is it that the people who make it don't want it the people who buy it don't use it and the people who use it don't know it?
Asked in Literature and Language
When to use have and has?
has is not used with the pronouns we or youor I-so it is we/you/I/they have but never we/you/I/they has. He or she has but not have. _____________ Another way of explaining the same thing: it depends on person and number. The verb 'to have', present tense: .........................Singular: ........................Plural: First person:.......I have............................We have Second person:..You have .......................You have Third person:..... He has........................... They have The third person singular can also be 'she has', or 'it has'.
Asked in Agriculture
Is the use of man made fertilizers and pesticides a good thing for agriculture?
Asked in Science
What materials do you use every day which is made from atoms?
3 types of things you should never do to a flag?
Asked in Adjectives and Articles
Why do advertisers use superlative adjectives more than regular adjective?
Asked in Plural Nouns
When to use ability and abilities?
You use ability when referring to one particular skill/capacity that a person or thing has, e.g. he has the ability to do well; the robot has the ability do climb stairs. You use abilities when referring to more than one skill/capacity that a person or thing has, e.g. his abilities in physics and chemistry made him the ideal candidate, the robot's abilities were greatly enhanced by the new software
Asked in Grammar
When to is or are?
The verb "to be" is a tricky one. In its present tense, there are several forms of the singular, and one form of the plural.... * I am * You are * He/She/It is * We are * You are * They are So "is" is only ever used when talking about a single thing, and always when talking about it. It is never used with I or you. Are is used when addressing a single person - if you are speaking directly to someone you use "you are...." or, for a question "Are you...." Otherwise, when speaking of, or to, more than one person, or thing, you use "are"..... "Are we going out to dinner?"; "They are in the office".
What is the one question that can never be answered?
What does V-I-O-L-E-N-C-E spell? example: 'Is it violence?' 'No, violence is never the answer.' You see there used to be a term saying that "violence is never the answer". example: Let's say a certain person did a bad and annoying thing to another person, and they got really pissed off about it. So they get really mad that they try to hurt him (or use violence). But usually some other person will say to him, 'violence is never the answer' See, now you get the joke.