The car runs well.
1) Your nose 2) Your car engine 3) A river 4) Water (see related question)
Having a fancy car is a luxury in today's economy.
Traditional grammar mainly focuses on the role and meaning of individual words. Functional grammar is more concerned with units of meaning and typically groups words into units of contextual meaning. e.g. "The fast red car", "Annie's pet dog"... = Nominal Group or Participant. Sentences or clauses can thus be broken into functional units of meaning as below. (The fast red car) (was driven by) (that dashing young man) (yesterday afternoon). (Participant1) (Process) (Participant2) (Circumstance). Functional Grammar is particularly useful for teaching language and literacy skills due to the focus on meaning.
The tag question is "doesn't he?"
No, that sentence should read there was a man and a woman in the car. If you were to say there were two people in the car, then the verb is plural for a plural subject, two people. But this way, the subject is a man, which is singular. The woman is also singular. The implied grammar is this: there was a man in the car and there was also a woman in the car. Singular in both cases.
no. Replace "good" with "well". "You washed the car well."
This is not a question. Dog hit by car. Not good for dog.
Your question is very confusing. If the car runs then it has to start. Please clarify.
Your lack of grammar skills leads me to answer "the Cutlass". Please re-define your question.
Just put it in neutral on a hill. But what good is a car that only runs 6 feet?
They are both correct grammar, but I prefer the first one. This is a question that would probably show up in the SAT or ACT. Both are correct but the second one is the one you want.
this is not a good question.
Car Runs Good in Cooler wheather but when hot outside it runs for about a miniute then dies.can you please check your car's Cooling system for proper operation, such as radiator fan comes on, rotation of the fan is correct and radiator is not blocked etc?
a good question to write for the topic of kia motors car company would be: Are Kia's available at any car rental companies or just at certain car rental companies?
I think you want to reword that question and repost.