People have different times they prefer to drink coffee; some people prefer different types or brews of coffee at particular times.
Coffee-drinkers almost invariably drink coffee in the mornings; after that its a matter of personal preference which can vary widely.
Some don't drink coffee from the afternoon on because they find it interferes with their sleeping patterns; others enjoy coffee after or with every meal and snack throughout the day.
What is the simple predicate of this sentence The lifeguard dashed into the water to save the drowning child? The answer is Dashed.
The pronoun I is always written in capitals.
The noun clause is 'whomever did the best job', which is the object of proposition 'to'.
of -- the phrase "of the charges" modifies the adjective guilty, a rare case.
Mr and Mrs Kim
in the wind
"but" If you can take the word out and replace it with a full stop or a semi colon, it is a conjunction.
The nouns in the sentence are: car, man, bus.
The simple predicate is 'huddled'.
The noun clause is "that Stella took dance lessons at her age". The noun clause is introduced by a relative pronoun that and acts as the direct object of the verb 'believe'.
The subject of the sentence is most (most will be attending).
Two nouns: flower and fragrance.
Plane is the simple subject.
whats the simple predicate of this sentence, (During storms, people in open areas should crouch close to the ground.)
The antecedent for the relative pronoun 'who' is Max.
The pronoun 'who' introduces the relative clause 'who is from Switzerland'.
The relative clause 'who is from Switzerland' provides information that 'relates' to the antecedent noun 'Max'.
There is no pronoun in -- The attorney met at the court house
Complete Predicate: must report at the office
Complete Subject: All visitors to our school