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All the best, Kirk The Learn English Team Dear Kirk, I'm confused about a form of a phrase: 'a spike in...' like 'a spike in gun crimes' or 'a spike in oil prices' etc. The meaning is fine, I understood that, I was just confused about the form I had to analyse which is only given as 'a spike in'.. 'a spike in' isn't really one exact grammar form then.. Best wishes danger to' other people, or something can be 'dangerous', or you can say that 'it's dangerous to do something'.
It clearly cannot be used with other prepositions than 'in', but is 'a spike in' actually a prepositional phrase as a form? I guess as far as analysis, that by itself would just be a noun phrase based on your note. I'm not sure exactly what you mean, so it's hard to give a recommendation with full confidence, but it sounds to me as if you should say 'I am a danger to bad people'.
As I don't have any part given following 'in' to analyse..
You can see examples and the frequency of use of each preposition here.
Best wishes, Peter The Learn English Team Hello Marie, 'with' is not normally used with 'promise' -- 'to' or a clause beginning with 'that' are the most common forms. Best wishes Hello amongerio, A 'spike' in general is a shape, but is often used in the context of statistics to refer to a high level or price of something, since this is the shape you can see in a line graph.
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