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Іt was stuffy іn thе hall and shе took off thе ja... Іt was stuffy іn thе hall and shе took off thе jackеt. & There was stuffy іn thе hall and shе took off thе jackеt. What is the difference?
Jan 20, 2017 12:18 PM
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Change #2 slightly and it'll be correct. "It was stuffy in the hall so she took off her jacket"
January 20, 2017
It was stuffy in the hall so she took off her jacket. ---This means it was kind of hot and humid in the hall so she was too warm. She took off her jacket to cool down. There was stuff in the hall and she took off her jacket. ----This means there were THINGS IN the hall, AND she took off her jacket. There is no connection explaining why she took off the jacket. There were things/There was stuff: boxes, papers, pens, dogs, anything. Hope this helps!!
January 20, 2017
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