posted on Nov, 6 2011 @ 10:27 PM
reply to post by Amanda5
You aren't using English Teacher-language here. It's not a "proper word", it is what is known as a "noun". You are trying to make that noun into a
past tense noun? Is English your first language? I gave you the perfectly accurate "manager" as an example.
I fear for your students if you really are a teacher of any description.
Here we go, teacher:
- overseeing, overseen, oversaw, overseer, overseership...no overseering.
Check me if I'm wrong. And I'd love to see the rule giving permission to make a noun past tense. I'm interested in that one.
You shouldn't even have to ask about this if you know English grammar. It's basic. No complexities here.
And for the love of God, it's "you're doing so *well*", not "good". Your grammar skills are pathetic. You have no right to be condescending, my
dear. You should read more though.
edit on 6/11/2011 by CosmicEgg because: further grammar lessons