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Slava Tkachev
Is it right? 1. I was feeling quite feverish. 2. The drugs allways gave her nauseous feeling. 3. I felt trambling and went and lay down for an hour. 4. My nose was bunged up so I got a spray from the chemist. 5. I got a stiff neck from driving a long time in an awkward position. 6. Joanna was trembling and looked unwell, so I asked her if she needed help.
Feb 9, 2012 7:03 PM
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1. Correct 2. The drugs ALWAYS gave her nauseous feelingS. or The drugs ALWAYS gave her a nauseous feeling. 3.Trambling should be trembling. 4. I don't know if this is American English, but we say "My nose was STUFFED up so I got a spray from the PHARMACY." 5. The sentence would flow better if it read "I got a stiff neck from driving FOR a long time in an awkward position." 6. Correct
February 9, 2012
3. trambling should be trembling
February 9, 2012
Slava Tkachev
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