Thank you for the explanation.
(About the links: I’ve read most of your lessons, even though some are at a higher level than I’m still able to comprehend… But sometimes I come back and understand a bit more :)).
About ‘whom’ – OK.
A ‘general’ question.
Where should I put a preposition in a question that is a complex sentence ending by a ‘subordinate’ clause - when the preposition is from the main part or is a part of a (transitive) phrasal verb finishing the main part?
In the end of the main clause or in the end of the sentence?
What do you have to bring a person who put forward such a ridiculous idea so seriously round?
Two ‘particular’ questions.
Are the sentences correct (from the point of the thread):
When am I to wake you up?
It was about the customs we all grew up with.
How would they sound for you if speaking? Fine?
And off-topic questions.
About Dorothy L. Sayers – no, I haven’t yet read her books.
Following your reference, I’ve found several web sites with her biography and brief descriptions of her works.
But some phrases are ‘a bit too much’ for me
Could you help me and explain their meaning, please?
- Her theology was traditionally Anglican with emphasis on doctrine.
2 She explored by-ways of knowledge