字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 thistles. Everyday grammar. I'm John Russell. Have you ever had a soupy neighbor? A relative, You know, the kind of person who is too curious. They ask a lot of questions. Well, my neighbor is a snoop. She asks about every little thing. Here's an example your neighbor asked about you. Really? What did she ask about? She asked about your salary. Today we will explore the grammar behind the actions of curious people. What do curious people do they ask about something or someone ask about is a common verb in proposition combination. Ask is the verb and about is the proposition. In the example you heard my neighbor asked about something how much money I made. But you can also ask about a person when you ask about a person you are asking about their situation, their health, their character or something else. Bourbon proposition combinations such as ask about might look like Faisel verbs, but they have an important difference. Verb and proposition combinations are not idiomatic.