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Where do we use round?
Round is an adverb and preposition that has the same meanings as ‘around’. Round is often used with verbs of movement, such as ‘walk’ and ‘drive’, and also in phrasal verbs such as ‘get round’ and ‘hand round’. Round is commoner in British English than American English, and it is slightly more informal.
How do you use round as an adjective in a sentence?
The child was watching it all with big round eyes (= showing interest). The tower was perfectly round. They sat at a large round table.
How do you use the word used in a sentence?
Used sentence example
- He used to be a pretty good mechanic.
- He is selling a used vehicle that is five years old.
- I’ll just have to get used to being idle.
- I used to trust Dad.
- We are so used to being with the big boys.
- Frank is a very nervous dog who isn’t used to being left alone.
- We used to be so close.
What is the sentence of round and round?
1) The enemy’s planes circled round and round above our heads. 2) The children were spinning round and round. 3) They joined hands and danced round and round. 4) She whirled the rope round and round .
How do you use round as a noun?
- usually plurala series of visits to different people or places that are made as part of someone’s job. Both doctors were out on their rounds.
- a bullet or a shot that is fired from a weapon.
- a complete game of golf.
- a drink for each of the people in a group.
- a slice of bread or other food.
- do/make the rounds.
What is round in grammar?
Round functions most commonly as an adjective, an adverb or a preposition but it can also be used as a noun and a verb. As a verb, round means to go round something, as in ‘We had just rounded the corner when we noticed our house was on fire’.
What is the meaning of Round Round?
round and round. Also, around and around. In circles, as in You’ve gone round and round with the same argument and we still have no solution. This idiom transfers moving in a circle to mental or verbal activities. [
What’s your round?
Your round – if you go to a pub with a group of friends it is most likely that one person will buy the whole group a drink. This will continue until everyone in the group has bought a drink. If it is your turn someone may say “It is your round”.
How do you use round as an adverb?
as a preposition (followed by a noun): We travelled round the country. as an adverb (without a following noun): She turned round and ran back to the house. The children were dancing round in a circle.