"I knew you were trouble"? This is the name of a song from Taylor Swift. Is 'trouble" a adjective or a noun here? What does it mean?Thanks!
Feb 1, 2016 1:02 PM
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"A person is trouble" is a colloquial way of saying that a person is troublesome (adjective). "Trouble" here is an uncountable noun and so never comes with "a".
February 1, 2016
I knew you were trouble > noun > causing problems I know he is going to be(a) trouble if you let him in troublesome >adjective
February 1, 2016
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