Thu, 24 August 2017
Thursday...ugh! Many people do NOT like Thursdays. Well, today I will give you one more reason to NOT like Thursdays...grammar!! YAY!!! I'm going to explain three common usages of the word "through"--as a preposition, an adverb and an adjective. HOPEFULLY you will have a good feeling for THROUGH after the podcast is...through!
Have a super day,
Today’s English expression and dialog:
through as an ADV, PREP and ADJ
Through the front door…I’m home!
You’re soaked through.
I know. The rain went through my jacket.
Well, this jacket is through then.
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