Two more questions
1. ( 1 ) I want a sense of fulfilment from study
( 2 ) people want ( a sense of fulfilment / the sense of fulfilments / ? ) from buying luxury goods.
2. British English : I queued up to pay for it.
America English : I got on the line / lined up / ? to pay for it ?
Thank you very much :-)
Your first statement is correct
The second statement - people want a sense of fulfilment from buying luxury goods
British English statement is correct, I don't know how Americans would say this.
Hope this helps
November 21, 2016
either "I got in line to pay for it" or "I lined up to pay for it" would be okay.
November 22, 2016
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