ENG grammar noun
請問為何是 A number twelve can be divided by 2,3,4 and six .
而不是 The number ?
是 i saw a boy friend of my sister's at the barber's .
而不是 a boy friend of my sister ?
- garlic2010Lv 79 年前最愛解答
Where do you find the sentence
"A number twelve can be divided by 2,3,4 and six" ?
What is the complete passage talking about?
2012-01-04 04:55:28 補充：
Shitty answer by TOMING88 ( 中學級 5 級 ), as always.
2012-01-05 00:59:23 補充：
grammar book 的問題是甚麼﹖將整個問題貼出來，可以給你較完整答案。
2012-01-05 01:34:16 補充：
The number twelve can be divided by 2, 3, 4, and 6.
Mine in a friend of mine is a possessive pronoun, which means belonging to or associated with the person speaking or writing.
The reason why we say a friend of mine/yours/my sister's can be long and unconclusive. But just remember that we always write and speak in this way in English.
2012-01-05 02:36:49 補充：
unconclusive should be inconclusive.
- 9 年前
係一本grammar book 的問題和答案 .
- TOMING88Lv 79 年前
For definite in Maths gives a definite answer or a certain no. unlikely to change.You are certain about that you know it will happen,use a number..
a boy friend of my sister(....) is a phrase.
It means my sister's boy friend.
The special form of a word expresses belonging is the possessive here.
Also called genitive case.