Are abstract nouns also considered as adjectives? (parts of speech)

Courage (abstract noun) is a great virtue. Though I am quite sure it cannot be considered as an adjective also, but just want to clear the doubt once and for all.Can a part of sentence be labelled under more than one part of speech? Answer No, abstract nouns and adjectives are two different things. Anger … Read more

What is the grammatical function of “from across”?

In the following sentence what is the function of “from across”? Professionals from across the country are coming to London. I think it functions as a preposition but I’m not sure. Answer “from across the country” means ” from every part of the country. The preposition across normally describes movement from one side to the … Read more

When to use singular or plural when the phase is something with somethings?

Consider these examples: bicycle with wheels bicycles with wheels burger with fries burgers with fries words with definitions word with definitions word with definition Which ones of these are correct? I have seen the more common one is word with definitions. However, it sounds correct when using burgers with fries when you are buying 2 … Read more

‘take advantage of’ or ‘taking advantage of’?

I have the following sentences. The cars underwent fast changes from the application of mechanical technology to digital that currently take advantage of artificial intelligence. The cars underwent fast changes from the application of mechanical technology to digital that currently taking advantage of artificial intelligence. I am not sure, which sentence is correct? Thanks! Answer … Read more