In the sentence: 'That behaviour is really characteristic…him."
Which is the best option: characteristic of him or characteristic to him?
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characteristic of him.
That behaviour is really characteristic of him."
Could you explain the sentence I can’t work out with the sentence?
It is typical of the way he would behave.
That behavior is real characteristics of him.
Is this correct?
- That behavior is real(adj) characteristics(n) of him.
- That behaviour is really(adj/adv) characteristic(n) of him.
Please explain how the #1 is wrong grammatically?
- Their Personal(adj) characteristics(n) are different.
In this sentence we are using adjective before noun.
Please clarify my doubt.
Yes, it is ‘characteristic of’, as Bev has said.
- It was characteristic of him to offer to help at once.
- It was characteristics of him to offer to help at once.
Which one of the two is correct?
The first one, exactly as it is used above.