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Are these sentences right? The wind swung teeterboard in the yard. The chandelier swung in the wind. A drunk man walked along the road swinging. I returned the book to him yesterday.
Jun 18, 2015 5:55 PM
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In the first sentence, the word "the" should be placed before "teeterboard". For the third sentence, I would word it differently and use a form of "sway" instead of "swing". It sounds a bit silly otherwise. Something more like: "A drunk man swayed as he walked along the road". As for the second and fourth sentences, they're perfect. Good job!
June 19, 2015
Don't know about the first one, I've not heard of a teeterboard, but the grammar doesn't look right. Second and fourth are fine, but I would say a drunk person sways rather than swings.
June 18, 2015
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