Correct: Each hand has five fingers.
Incorrect: Either roads lead to the airport.
Correct: Either road leads to the airport.
The adjectives each, every, either and neither should be followed by a singular noun and a singular verb.
Incorrect: I have no any friends.
Correct: ...Lb. Engleza
...used alone after the verbs be, look, smell, sound, feel, taste, seem, appear, become, get, stay etc.
There are two kinds of adjectives: opinion adjectives (interesting, fantastic) which show what a person thinks of somebody or something, and fact adjectives (old, fat, ...Lb. Engleza
...e sooner, the better.
Superlativ relativ cand avem doua elemente comparative: the + comparativ. Exemplu: I've got two oranges, take the bigger.
Comparativ+and+comparativ = din ce in ce mai: Exemplu: It is getting darker and darker.
By far more interesting ...Lb. Engleza
He's the man (who) I am working for.
!! Whom can be used instead of who when it is the object of the relative clause. Whom is always used instead of who or that after preposition.
That's the girl to whom Billy got engaged.
!!! Who, ...Lb. Engleza