The word 'seldom' is an adverb or an adjective.
- An adverb is a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
- An adjective is a word used to describe a noun.
I seldom drink tea. (adverb, modifies the verb 'drink')
My seldom helpful teenager washed the dishes. (adverb, modifies the adjective 'helpful')
A seldom visit from my sister is always a surprise. (adjective, describes the noun 'visit')
There are different ways that you can use dysfunction. You can have a dysfunction of a bodily organ, or you can have dysfunction in a social group. (failure to show the characteristics or fulfil the purposes accepted as normal or beneficial)
The dysfunction of Susi's liver put her life at risk.
Susi's recognized the dysfunction in her family and therefore severed ties in order to live a normal, happy life.
Capitals are used at the start of sentences, for proper names and proper nouns, titles of books, magazines, plays.
My father would take deer skins to the tannery to have jackets made.
- Minoan potters produced an astonishing variety of wares.