Writing Tips by Kapri Institute Batala

For all intents and purposes vs. for all intensive purposes

For all intents and purposes vs. for all intensive purposes While people generally use both for all intents and purposes and for all intensive purposes to mean “in every practical sense,” ”seeming as if,” or “virtually/almost completely,” the standard form of the idiom is for Read more

Anomalous finites Verbs

Subject and Object Complements in English Sentences

Subject and Object Complements in English Sentences The complement of an intransitive verb always says something about the subject and is therefore called subject complement. Alice is beautiful. (Here the complement beautiful says something about the subject Alice.) She seemed upset. The chief verb of incomplete Read more