“Blätterkreis”, “Dornenkreis”, “Herzkreis”, in Englisch

I need to translate the three terms – in the heading – into Englisch. Blätterkreis: with Blätter I mean the leafs that fall down from trees. Is Leafcircle the correct translation? Dornenkreis: Is Thorncircle correct? Herzenkreis: Is Heartcircle correct? Answer Leafcircle is not a word used in English. You should say “ring of leaves”, “ring … Read more

Reason or rule for pronunciations [closed]

Closed. This question needs to be more focused. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it focuses on one problem only by editing this post. Closed 11 months ago. Improve this question I am not a native English speaker and I am learning English. Sometimes I will … Read more

Is it once-great or once great in the context of something of declining or former glory or status?

I am writing a story. A peer gave me the suggestion to change the “once great” to “once-great”. Here is the sentence: He was tall and his body frame showed the signs of stoutness of once great youth. Answer AttributionSource : Link , Question Author : Community , Answer Author : Community

Proximizable or proximitizable?

Math terminology: uniformity → uniformizable proximity → proximizable? or proximitizable? Answer This should be asked on the maths s.e. since it deals with a very technical aspect of mathematical terminology, however: You should use “proximizable” and “uniformizable”. But according to the source below, the proximizable spaces are precisely the completely regular ones. Having established this … Read more

Why do I have to use ‘s in some sentences? [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: Apostrophes for possession: nouns (1 answer) Closed 5 years ago. For example: Brandon’s house instead Brandon house. How is that rule named, I’m trying to improve my English. Answer ‘s is being used to show possession. You are asking about the possessive form. The possessive form is used … Read more