Drunken is rarely used to describe a person. It usually describes an action or event: â€˜drunken drivingâ€™, â€˜drunken laughterâ€™, â€˜a drunken brawlâ€™, â€˜a drunken orgyâ€™, Drunken always comes before a noun. To describe a person, use drunk (NOT drunken): â€˜I think he wanted to get us all drunk.â€™ â€˜One of the students was always getting drunk.â€™ Drunk is not used before a noun.
A class of words that â€˜stand inâ€™ for other words, usually: ï‚§ Nouns. ï‚§ Noun phrases. ï‚§ Other pronouns. Pronouns enable the writer and speaker to avoid long-winded repetitions of things that have already been expressed. Pronoun fall into seven groups: ï‚§ Personal pronoun. ï‚§ Possessive pronoun. ï‚§ Reflexive pronoun. ï‚§ Demonstrative pronoun. ï‚§ Interrogative […]
Adverbial clauses of purpose often begin with so that: She sat forward so that she could see into the carâ€™s wing mirror. Infinitive clauses are also frequently used for this purpose, introduced by in order to, so as to, or just to: Someone may grab your collar with both hands in order to headbutt you […]
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