How would you express this following sentence more naturally? "wander off" Hi, Thanks for stopping by. This following sentence grammatically make sense? Or how would you express this more naturally?(Everyday English) -We had wandered off like a tourist who was looking for the best spot to take pictures in Harajuku. Your help will be very much appreciated. Thank you for reading❤
Mar 15, 2014 7:36 AM
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Yeah, it makes sense. I would just stick to the plural though, to be consistent: We had wandered off like tourists who were looking for the best spot to take pictures. :)
March 15, 2014
This part "in Harajuku" doesn't seem to fit at the end of the sentence. and "wandered off" implies a start before in a sequence before your sentence. so how about In Harajuku, we meandered off like a tourist looking for the best spot to take pictures. meandered implies no purpose and also random changes of direction.
March 15, 2014
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