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Are these sentences right? Let’s go to the bar. I’ll treat beer to everybody. We had to fire the nanny as she treated the children badly. He was fired for always coming to work late. He likes walking about the park in the rainy weather. What’s the price of your house?
Jun 10, 2015 10:33 PM
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Only one is really 'wrong' even though I understood it. The correct version is: "I'll treat everyone to a beer." I'd rather say "I'll buy everyone a beer" or "Drinks are on me". Other suggestions: He was fired for always being late for work (sounds slightly more natural but your sentence is fine). What does your house cost / what did your house cost?
June 10, 2015
I'll treat everyone beer He likes walking around/in the park
June 10, 2015
*Slang in brackets () *Extra notes in square brackets [] Let's go to the bar, I'll treat everybody to a beer. (Let's go drink. Beers on me) We had to fire the nanny since she treated the children badly. [but the sentence is still okay] He was fired because he was always coming to work late [but the sentence is still okay] How much did your house cost? [your sentence is okay however]
June 10, 2015
Timur
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