Words required to complete the meaning of the predicate of a sentence are known as complements.Click this article to find out more…
Sometimes verbals don’t appear alone. They often come with modifiers or objects. These word groups are called verbal phrases.
And here’s this weekend’s stroll through Saturday-morning-cartoon memory lane.
I posted recently about mondegreens — the mishearing or misunderstanding of song lyrics or poetry. Today I’d like to talk about a similar, and similarly entertaining, linguistic error. It’s called an eggcorn, a term coined by linguist Geoffrey Pullum and Mark Lieberman in 2003.