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1 What kind of things / What Kinds of things
- Author: forum.wordreference.com
- Published Date: 09/05/2022
- Review: 4.9 (601 vote)
- Summary: For example, these are good answers: Answer 1: A rainy day, a bushy tree, and a rabbit. Answer 2: Just animals
- Matching search results: What kinds of thing are you talking about? — I’m coming up empty. It is logically possible; one thing can belong to several kinds—but no one ever asks this.
2 What kind of/ What kinds of
- Author: usingenglish.com
- Published Date: 06/08/2022
- Review: 4.96 (854 vote)
- Summary: · Hi, I’d like to know how to use the question like “what kind of…?”. 1.What kind of movies do you like? 2.What kinds of movies do you like?
- Matching search results: 2) expects multiple answers (‘I like romcoms, biopics and whodunits).
3 What is the difference between “”What kind of….?”” and “”What kinds of….?”” ? “”What kind of….?”” vs “”What kinds of….?”” ?
- Author: hinative.com
- Published Date: 07/13/2022
- Review: 4.88 (665 vote)
- Summary: Kittii: the difference between kinds and kind are plural and singular. … What kinds of animals do they have at the zoo?
- Matching search results: [News] Hey you! The one learning a language!
4 What kind or Which kind?
- Author: crofsblogs.typepad.com
- Published Date: 01/06/2022
- Review: 4.84 (956 vote)
- Summary: · In my understanding, “which kind” implies that a choice is expected, while “what kind” is a more open-ended form that does not necessarily call
- Matching search results: The difference is that the last two questions are rhetorical–we don’t really want someone to answer by saying what kind fool I am, or to name the kind of monster. We’re really making a statement in the form of a question: I’m a fool. He’s a monster.
5 What Kind of Vs What Kinds of? Which is Correct? | TPR Teaching
- Author: tprteaching.com
- Published Date: 03/17/2022
- Review: 4.98 (855 vote)
- Summary: · “Kinds” is used as a plural expression, to mean multiple kinds or types. “Kind” refers to one type or category. What is the meaning of “kind of
- Matching search results: If you say “this i my kind of thing” it means it is something you enjoy or favor. It is something you like to do or you are good at. For example, “this music is my kind of thing.”
6 Student Stumper 51: “Kind of” vs. “Kinds of”
- Author: englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com
- Published Date: 09/24/2022
- Review: 4.97 (736 vote)
- Summary: · The final answer to the original question is that there are times when “kind of” can be followed by a plural noun, but it’s likely less common
- Matching search results: However, in spoken English, the guideline for choosing between “kind” and “kinds” isn’t strictly observed. Do a search on GetYarn and you’ll hear numerous TV and movie characters ask a restaurant worker, “What kind do you have?” when they
7 kind of and kinds of
- Author: thegrammarexchange.infopop.cc
- Published Date: 11/26/2021
- Review: 4.93 (869 vote)
- Summary: · “Kinds” in its plural form often is followed by “of” + a plural noun, as we have seen. But, “kinds” can also be followed by a singular noun. ”
- Matching search results: But, in English, we sometimes take the idea of the subject — in this case, several desserts — and use the verb that goes with it if it is right next to it. As you can see by the instances of use, “what kind of desserts is there?” is just not used. In