Discussion in 'Spanish-English Grammar / Gramática Español-Inglés' started by EdisonBhola, Mar 21, 2016.
Does this work?
There's an s on the end of the word "towards".
Edison, this post was rescued from another thread with a different question. It was an old thread didn't have the context and other requirements of a valid question in this forum, so it was removed.
Yes, it sounds okay to me to say that a letter is on the end of a word.
I agree that your sentence sounds fine, but personally I would say it as "The word 'towards' ends with an S." Or, "There's an S at the end of the word 'towards.'"
An "s" at the end of the word towards would be towardss.
I would say, the word "towards" has an "s" at the end or
The word towards ends with an "s".
I would say that there is an s at the end of the word towards or that the word towards sounds like the word toward with an s on the end.
Separate names with a comma.