Pienkovski
Are those sentence clear and grammatically correct? I'm writing a short story about a couple called Bob and Beth. They were in trouble about their marriage. In this context, I wrote: Some months later, Bob decided to get rid of Beth, and he took his wife back to her parents' house. Beth became indignant about the situation and she wanted to separate definitely from Bob.
Feb 16, 2016 1:02 PM
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Hello Pienkovski, the first sentence is perfect but I think there is a small problem in the second. I think that you should move 'definitely' to before 'wanted' - 'She definitely wanted ... ' Or she wanted a complete separation from Bob.' Best wishes
February 16, 2016
I'm writing a short story about a couple called Bob and Beth.Their marriage was in trouble/They had problems in their marriage . This is the context when I wrote this: Some months later, Bob decided to get rid of Beth,so he sent her back to her parents' house . Beth was /got /became so indignant about /over the situation that she definitely want to be seperated from Bob.
February 16, 2016
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