Summary: An acronym whose letters spell a word meaningful in the context of the term it stands for is called an apronym. (For example, BASIC, which stands for Beginner’s
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2 ‘What are they called?’ or ‘How are they called?’
Published Date: 09/15/2022
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Summary: · Hi teachers, According to this sentence, ‘People from New Zealand are sometimes called kiwis’. Which is the correct question based on ‘kiwis
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Thank for you reply.
So it should be, ‘What are people from New Zealand sometimes called?’
That’s what I suspected. The thing is that I don’t know why I can’t use ‘how’.
Could you tell me why not?