How to Make a Spanish Verb an Adjective?

Answer An adjective supplies information about the noun it modifies. In English, it is fairly common to turn a noun into an adjective, such as turning "legal" into "legalized." Typically, adjectives in th... Read More »

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Does an Adjective Go Before a Verb?

When language is documented in the written word, it is broken down into different sentences. Components of these sentences have a distinct job to do. They essentially define the subject of the sent... Read More »

Is"habitual"a noun, a verb or an adjective?

"Habitual" is an adjective that means regularly doing something in a consistent or customary way, as in "The child is a habitual liar." The noun form of habitual is "habit."References:Merriam-Webst... Read More »

As a verb or adjective, what does Facebook or Facebooking mean?

It's the new f word. Facebook the facebooking facebookers!

Spanish Adjective Games?

Spain is a country with an extensive cultural heritage and its language, Spanish, is spoken by more than 320 million people worldwide. It is the second most commonly spoken language in the world. L... Read More »