What we call forest—addressing it simply as an object in space—is in fact an ever-shifting process, a living and breathing colony possessed of a body, a purpose, and a lifespan—at once noun, a verb, an adjective. In these budding, bristling eons of development, the forests came to be the lungs of the organic Earth, an incredible organ that generates a bounty of oxygen and a great regulator of global climate patterns.
Yesterday we gathered readers' top five songs; now, a call for your favorite words. Nouns, verbs, adjectives, pidgin, creole or street slang—anything goes. Noun - Adjective - Verb - English language - Language Read Post
Nouns are defined as belonging in the lexical category (open word class); a word or a group of words such as the name of a person, place, thing or activity, quality or idea. It can be used as the subject or object of a verb or the o... Read Post
Noun Phrase A noun phrase must include a noun (determiner, adjective and prepositional phrase are optional). Alternatively, a noun phrase can be a pronoun that represents a noun. Verb Phrase A verb phrase must include a verb (auxili... Read Post