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Are these sentences OK? It's usually less traffic at night. I don't approve your behaviour. / I don't approve your attitude. She's probably married by now. / She's already married by now. No one I know would do something like this.
Nov 15, 2017 8:32 AM
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Hi Sinem, THERE"S usually less traffic at night. I don't approve OF your behaviour. / I don't approve OF your attitude. (APPROVE OF SOMETHING/SOMEONE DOING SOMETHING) She's probably married by now. / She's already married by now. BOTH CORRECT, MEANING DIFFERENT No one I know would do something like this. CORRECT
November 15, 2017
They're all technically correct, although one is a little awkward. Instead of "She's already married by now", I would say, "She's probably already married by now." Although, that is a personal preference and so it really doesn't make a difference. Long story short, they're all correct, it's just a matter of personal preference.
November 15, 2017
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