Grammar Patterns

N of n

The 'flow' group

The noun refers to movement or travel. The noun group after of indicates who or what is travelling. We include here absence and presence, which refer to being somewhere or not being somewhere.
Pandy, their dog, gives early warning of the arrival of visitors.
Having established what they are good at, learning organisations need to remove internal barriers to the flow of information.
Whether this programme will halt the spread of disease is questionable.
  • absence
  • arrival
  • entrance
  • entry
  • exodus
  • flow
  • influx
  • passage
  • presence
  • return
  • spread
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