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Mikhail
Do I use the phrase "to do something about something / someone" correctly? 1 Our trees are spoiled. I want to do something about the garden ants. 2 What are we doing about the crack in the wall? 3 What are you doing about 56 number Connor Randall? He stopped some of our attacks. 4 I'm going to do something about the crashes of our application.
21 сент. 2017 г., 13:15
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The sentences all sound good. I would change 1 thing: In sentence 3, change "56 number" to "number 56"
21 сентября 2017 г.
Mikhail
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English, Russian
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