6 V prep
6 V prep
The verb is followed by a prepositional phrase that describes the Subject and is therefore similar to an adjective in function.
appear be come fall feel get go keep lie look prove remain seem sound stay come out end up finish up wind up
Her husband is from Guyana and they have one son.
If you are in debt, you can get practical help from various websites.
I was out of work for three months.
Shanks hated losing and would frequently swap sides half-way through just so that he could end up on the winning team.
He had fallen in love with another woman.
Within two years the pact lay in ruins.
The neck looks a bit on the long side to my way of thinking.
Drug therapy had proved of little value and Jackie's only relief was to go to bed and try to sleep.
Franks joined us and seemed in a worse mood than usual.