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Dec
5
comment Why is the adjective placed before a conjoined verb?
I was thinking the way to describe the verb after a conjunction was 'conjoined'. I clearly do not remember the grammatical terms like I should lol.
Nov
16
comment Why is the adjective placed before a conjoined verb?
Thanks, I hadn't had time to go look it up yet, are there other types of conjunctions that I should know about?
Nov
16
comment Why is the adjective placed before a conjoined verb?
Hmmm okay, I will have to look that up. I wasn't sure what it was called.
Oct
28
comment Toasting “To the Old Gods”?
All the old gods would suffice, if I wanted to get specific I could specify them specifically by name, otherwise the old gods will be just fine, thanks!
Oct
28
comment Toasting “To the Old Gods”?
That is why I wanted to know what "the old gods" meant instead of Nordic gods, because it actually is more accurate to me. As per the frowning upon I am not so sure about I would have to ask my friend from Germany about that. Thanks for the tip!
Oct
26
comment Toasting “To the Old Gods”?
And if I wanted to say Nordic it would be Nordischen correct?