arthurbinson
Is my sentence correct? thx. ''This project has incompletely finished, so we have to carry on it''
Oct 18, 2012 9:20 AM
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This project is incomplete, therefore we need to continue until it is finished.
October 18, 2012
Incompletely is a rarely used adverb. So it sounds odd to my ears. I am sure the way you have used it is incorrect. But I am not sure about the way William has used it either. it would be great if someone can enlighten us on this issue. Meanwhile, You can write : * The project has not finished completely, so we have to carry it on * The project is incomplete, so we have to continue it * We have to continue the work on the project because it is incomplete * The project is not yet complete, so we have to carry on the work
October 18, 2012
This project has not finished completely, so we have to carry it on. Or This project has finished incompletely, so we have to carry it on. The 'carry on it' is wrong for the usage. Hope it helps you.
October 18, 2012
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