Cathy
Are these expressions standard? If there are mistakes, plese help me correct them. 1. The boy was too young to go to school, which was as same as my own kid. (Or The boy was too young to go to school, which was the same as my own kid.) 2. There is something for which we are looking. (Or There is something that we are looking for.)
Oct 13, 2012 11:32 PM
Answers · 1
1. Would more often be stated as: The boy was too young to go to the (or that) school, which was the same one that my own kid goes to. OR The boy was too young to go to the (or that) school, which was the same one to which my own kid goes. 2. Is correct in both sentences.
October 14, 2012
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