Grammar Patterns

N for n

The 'vogue' group

These nouns refer to the fact that a type of thing is very popular at present or was very popular at a particular time.
Even without considering the price and service, the vogue for small town-house hotels is understandable.
The preposition for is sometimes followed by an '-ing' clause.
The RSPCA says it believes an American craze for keeping pigs as domestic pets could be catching on in Britain.
  • craze
  • fad
  • fashion
  • mania
  • vogue
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