You can say "almost all" ar "allmost all of the" , but not "almost all of smth"
I'm too busy to answer your other questions, sorry!I'm taking the test the day after tomorrow and now I'm just checking my previous errors!
Hi all, please explain for me some sentences:
1. Almost ......... substances expand in volume when heated and contract when cooled
B. they all
C. all of
D. all are
I do not know when we use all or all of, please explain for me
2. In the (initial planning) for theaters, auditoriums, (but) any room (intended) primarily for listening, acoustics is a (major consideration).
3. (Through) his essays, poems, and lectures, Ralph Waldo Emerson established (himself) as a major thinker of his time (and as) a (figure leading) of American literature.
4. The "method", (which is) both a style of (acting a) system of training for the actor, stresses (inner) motivation and psychological (truth).
5. Basalt, (which) composes (most) of the ocean (floor), is a dark- grey roock (rich) in iron and magnesium than most surface rocks
Thanks in advance.
2. But to be or. but means except but here room and auditorium are in the same class of listening rooms.
3. figure leading to be leading figure .you say "figure leading the.." and "leading figure of ..."
4. acting a to be ??
5. rich to be richer. use of "than" means a comparison so use richer.
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