I know of found as the past tense and the past particple of find. I cannot work out why we have founded and founding as well. And in what sense can found and founding be used.
(…Jehovah listened to Moses when he spoke in behalf of the wayward Isrealites). Would it be wrong for one to use on?
Most religious traditions acknowledge that no one can speak authoritatively about divine will in natural disasters. Please what is the meaning of the boldened text.
If fighting worsens, the troops might be reinforced, or ingloriously withdrawn.
Why not withdraw instead. To me the whole construction is in the present so why withdrawn? Please help.
I cannot understand the correct usage of brainstorm. One difinition says If you have a brainstorm , you suddenly become unable to think clearly. Another says If you have a brainstorm, you suddenly have a cleaver idea.
So by what is said, if I should say:
Yesterday I had a brainstorm.
By the above how would the listerner decipher to know whether I’m referring to the
first difinition or the second difinition. Please asisst.