One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Something of.‘it was somewhat of a disappointment’
- ‘The change has been somewhat of an adjustment for pilots used to flying in the dark by instrumentation alone.’
- ‘Like Winston, he noted how the debate has come to somewhat of a standstill.’
- ‘Hiding what I disapprove of on my face is somewhat of a challenge.’
- ‘And it's time we did something about what is turning into somewhat of a national menace.’
- ‘Choosing the right cruise line and cruise itinerary can be somewhat of a challenge.’
- ‘She sees an opening in the market for the services she offers and believes that these are somewhat of a new concept here.’
- ‘Well perhaps that's somewhat of an exaggeration but you get my drift!’
- ‘He left school when he was 12 years old and, by his own admission, became somewhat of a recluse.’
- ‘Every little sound echoed causing somewhat of a microphonic effect.’
- ‘Far fewer people speak English in the suburbs, so going out for dinner becomes somewhat of an adventure.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.