Is this more like the British definition of clever (synonymous with 'smart'), or more like the American definition of clever (synonymous with 'quick witted' or 'ingenious')?
QUIET, THIS IS A LIBRARY!
The adjective callid-us -a -um can mean expert. So, "The expert speakers..."
Both men's voices are so annoying as one sounds bored, and the other one is too dramatic.
I have the same problem. I hate it.
Do you see any reason why "There are many clever orators in the library" shouldn't be accepted?
In the library are many clever orators is an alternative way, as valid as the "school solution".
I set the sentence that way
"in the library are many clever orators."
and was marked wrong, why?