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Correct or not? Are these sentences correct? "It´s always been dead" (talking about the Dead Sea) "I inferred from her face expression that she doesn´t enjoy working here" Thanks
Nov 12, 2016 10:47 AM
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1) "It´s always been dead" - is grammatically correct and natural. Whether it’s true that it’s always been dead and what exactly dead means in this context, I don’t know. 2) I would say “facial expression” or “the expression on her face”. “Face expression” may be correct, but I haven’t encountered it myself. "I inferred from her facial expression that she doesn’t enjoy working here" could be correct , but it could also be using tenses incorrectly. Your question can only be answered with certainty if you provide enough context to make the exact sequence of events clear.
November 12, 2016
the first looks correct the second: .... either - she hadn't enjoyed .... or .. she didnt enjoy...
November 12, 2016
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