Jang Joonggun
That is always sort of intrigued me, you know? -That is always sort of intrigued me, you know? Is this sentence fine? I think it should be corrected like this. ->That is always sort of having intrigued me, you know? In colloquial English, this kind of omitting is used a lot?
Aug 7, 2018 6:18 AM
Answers · 2
The correct sentence is 'that has always (sort of) intrigued me'.
August 7, 2018
For native English speaker, it's common make short many sentences in this case could be like "that's always intrigued me, you know?
August 7, 2018
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