USAGE – KIND/KINDS
It should not be difficult to define the word “kind”. The plural “kinds” is obvious.
What is the rule regarding when it is correct to use “kind”?
What is the rule regarding when it is correct to use “kinds”?
The rules are based on common sense and word meanings.
Here are some examples; one of them is incorrect. Which?
“This kind of response is not acceptable.”
“We refuse to buy these kind of books.”
“I’ve given up these kinds of ideas.”
Create sentences using “kind” and “kinds” correctly.
The word for today is “symbiotic”.
What part of speech is “symbiotic”?
Define “symbiotic” and use it in a sentence that shows its meaning.