wiskerke Posted May 9 Share Posted May 9 Avpics, thank you for this good challenge! Thank you for all your votes and for competing! For the new challenge I am taking the easy way forward. After downwards and upwards, this time it's now forward. But because there's also ahead and we have to go there, the theme will be: Forward / Ahead. The difference between “ahead” and “forward” is easy to grasp once you understand it. Says RD, this Trusted Friend in a Complicated World and goes on: Still, people use them interchangeably despite their definitions, and it may seem like a confusing grammar rule. While ahead means a location in front of a subject or the speaker, forward speaks to a direction of movement. In the fifth episode of The Crown Season 5, “The Way Ahead,” Princess Anne and Prince Philip get upset when Queen Elizabeth says “forward” instead of “ahead” in a phrase that calls for the latter. What confusing grammar rule?Someone can be ahead of you in a line but not forward of you. Huh? Yes and the nearest exit may be behind you! Is there a difference in the real world of images? We'll see. Think of looking forward, maybe even the things you're looking forward to. Think the go ahead; looking ahead as a concept or just the path in front of you. Think moving forward or moving ahead. Think of a forward in sports or forward or ahead in politics. Think outlook, prospect and future; think one step ahead. The rules are as usual: 3 images per person max; they must be on Alamy; this challenge closes Wednesday May 31 at midnight GMT. The poll will be up at some point the next day. Have fun! wim Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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