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please correct the three sentences!! 1 The book is so popular that it is now the tenth printing. Please correct it 2 I prefer going out than watching TV at home.Please correct it 3 I go to church on Sunday. I go to church on Sundays. What is the difference? Thanks
Oct 28, 2016 1:10 AM
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1. The book is so popular that it is now in its tenth printing. 2. I prefer going out to watching TV at home. 3. No real difference. "On Sunday" without 's' could mean "I plan to go to church this Sunday," but it could also mean the same as "I go to church on Sundays" if you are describing your weekly schedule.
October 28, 2016
Hi, in my opinion: 1. The book is so popular that it is now 'in its' tenth printing. 2. I prefer going out 'over' watching TV at home. 3. I go to church on Sunday suggests the speaker goes to church every Sunday. However, I go to church on Sundays suggests that the speaker usually goes to church on Sundays, but not necessarily each and every Sunday. Cheers Syed
October 28, 2016
Ppman
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