Yes, shopping is an action verb; a verb for an act, not a verb for being.
Just press ENTER prior to your first word, to shift the two words to the beginning of the next line.ANS:Making a hard break, as in the initial answer recommends can have unexpected effects when you apply formatting.
When you don't want Word to break between two words, hold down the CTRL and SHIFT keys as you press the Spacebar. This inserts a non-breaking space.
You can also insert the non-breaking space from the menu bar if you think Ctrl+Shift+Space isn't a sufficient challenge:
Is called a Non Breaking space
you get it as follows: Press ctrl + shift + space
Word is a word processor, so it is designed for that particular kind of work. It can be used to do other things, even calculations like a spreadsheet, but you would use something like Excel to do that. It is not a desktop publisher, so it doesn't have the level of functionality for creating plush magazines etc., though the gap between what a word processor can do and what a desktop publisher can do, is not as great as it once was. So it depends on what it is that you want to do.
It depends on which password you mean. If it is your CMOS password, just take the battery out. If it is a Windows network password, use escape to go around it. If it is a Windows user password, log in as Administrator if you have to (no password if you never set one for it) and run a password recovery program or change the password for the user in question. If it is software, it depends on the program. If it is a website, then have them to reset it or send it to your email.
Compound words for mail:
The word is blue.
it depends what type of person you are describing the could be fat, thin, tall, small, young or old. but some good points to start on might be: -there hair, eye colour, complexion etc. -there height, build also try describing there body proportions like large nose, small eyes etc. hope this helps! :-)
You might buy the Sunday Times at a newsstand, drugstore or the supermarket.
(The original version of this question specified a word with the vowel sound of the word "moon" which is the long OO heard in "news" and "newsstand.")
No it isn't. You can find self and fish in it, but they share the letter f, so it is not a compound word. The words would have to be completely different without sharing the same letter. Shellfish would be a compound because it has Shell and Fish, with no overlap of letters.
Some compound words using the word SELF:
Note: A hyphen is almost always required when using the word self when forming a compound word.
Storebook is not a compound word.
Storybook is a compound word.
The word batman is a compound word. The words are bat and man.
No, the word 'childhood' is a common, abstract, compound noun.
A possessive noun is a noun that indicates that something belongs to that noun by use of an apostrophe -s ('s) at the end of the noun, or just an apostrophe (') at the end of a plural noun that ends with -s.
The possessive form for the noun childhood is childhood's.
example: A childhood's years are fleeting.