- What kind of verb is remained?
- What word class is when?
- What type of noun is still?
- What kind of word is remains?
- Is still or still?
- What type of adverb is already?
- What kind of verb is should?
- What is the verb of forget?
- Is the word still an adverb?
- Is still a noun or verb?
- What type of adjective is still?
- What does still mean in UK slang?
What kind of verb is remained?
His family remained at home while he looked for work in London.
My financial problems remained even after I had found a job….remain Definitions and Synonyms present tensepast tenseremainedpast participleremained3 more rows.
What word class is when?
The word “when” has multiple functions. It can be used as an adverb, conjunction, pronoun, and noun. This word is categorized as an adverb because it modifies a verb, and adjective, or another adverb by indicating the time.
What type of noun is still?
noun. stillness or silence: the still of the night. Photography.
What kind of word is remains?
noun. Usually remains. something that remains or is left.
Is still or still?
Still is used to say an action or situation continues to the present because it has not finished. It often refers to something happening for longer than expected. Notice the position of still before the verb or adjective. My grandfather is sixty-nine and he still works every day at the kiosk he owns.
What type of adverb is already?
Already is an adverb.
What kind of verb is should?
auxiliary verbShould is an auxiliary verb – a modal auxiliary verb. We use should mainly to: give advice or make recommendations.
What is the verb of forget?
forget. verb. for·get | \ fər-ˈget \ forgot\ -ˈgät \; forgotten\ -ˈgä-tᵊn \ or forgot; forgetting.
Is the word still an adverb?
We use still as an adverb to emphasise that something is continuing: … We use still as an adjective to say that something is not moving: …
Is still a noun or verb?
still (verb) still (noun) still (noun) still life (noun)
What type of adjective is still?
Still is an adverb and an adjective.
What does still mean in UK slang?
Styll sounds like “still” but it means you agree or it’s true. It’s like the 80’s saying, “word.”