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Thursday, January 8, 2009

GRAMMAR QUESTION, Jan. 8th, 2010

Correct the errors in the following sentence:

As the matter of fact, she was a person who hard being convinced for instant, she certainly would likes to thinks that his opinion are the corrected then any one else view.

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4 comments:

gayledestiny said...

As a matter of fact, she was the person who was harder to convince at that moment. She certainly would like to think that her boyfriend's opinion was accurate more than anyone else's view.

Dave S said...

As a matter of fact, she was a person who was hard to convince. For instant, she certainly would like to think that his opinion was correct then anyone else's view.

Joanne T said...

As a matter of fact, she is a person who is hard to convince. For instance, she certainly would like to think that her opinion is more correct than any one else's view.

Veronica Baig said...

GAYLE: That's a pretty good interpretation, but check your word order.
DAVE: Your first sentence is good; your second one needs some work;-)
JOANNE: An excellent interpretation:-)
NOTE: There are other possible interpretations!