I’m creating this thread because I have a question about english grammar! And hopefully, it could turn into the official “speak a good english” thread if other people here find that useful. I know I would!
So here it is:
Can you say “an evil is threatening them” ? I mean, can you use “an evil” as a noun, as you’d say “a man” for example? I always thought you could only use “evil” as an adjective or something like that. For example “an evil man” is correct. You see what I mean? Or you can say “Evil” but without the “an” before.
The more I read “an evil” as a noun, the more it bugs me and I really think it’s incorrect! But some stubborn frenchies are telling me we can say that, I’m confused Please help me!