In what situation would you use company or a companion in the following sentences? Can I use company instead of companion in "a traveling companion"?Beautiful Older Ladies Ready Real Sex Tallahassee
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The second is closer to your example, but the only is an important qualifier because it helps to In need of a companion that you're talking about the dog being one of many potential companions. Just saying "my dog is my company" by itself Pussy in Wamego Kansas awkward.
You can think of them as words similar to "agriculture" and "farm". When you refer to a companioh of company, you need to use a measure word.
Companions are individual entities. You do not need to use a measure word. You can even use them together, "I have five companions in my company". Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.Couples In Dallas Texas
I have a dog and it's my company. I have a dog and it's my companion. Welcome to ELU, atsea.
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I enjoy the company of my dog. Lynn Lynn I should think that "the second is closer to your example" is "proper" English.
BillFranke - Indeed, thank you. You could have just edited it: He could companio well say the Company: Sometimes that kind of editing is presumptuous, but it's been done to a couple of my posted answers.
Many high-level native speakers don't see anything wrong with sentences like "Alpha is the oldest twin and Beta, the youngest".
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Only peacocks put themselves in that position. When I say 'My dog is my company', does it mean it is right with me now, but not necessarily mean it's my companion? When I say 'my dog is my companion', does nesd mean that it might not In need of a companion with me right now, but I spend a lot of time with it?
Thank you all your comments. I think you mean uncountable vs. I have no clue what you mean by "measure word", however.
I think you are on the right track, Ari, but: Some folks find insects, flowers, other linguistically incapable life forms "company"; others find it in imaginary companions. Oof In need of a companion mass, non-count noun, "company" has no discrete subsets when used to mean "Some beings to make my life less lonely".
I'm sure there's more to say about this, but I can't think of it now.
BillFranke You are quite right, and I wrote too hastily. My aplologies to the company.
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