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Are both sentences OK? (in the storm) We're lucky that the boat hasn't sunk. We're lucky that the boat hasn't sunken.And these; Pull your car as close as possible. Pull your car as far as possible. Pull your car as far forward as possible.
Aug 9, 2018 11:09 PM
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1 hasn't sunk 2 I would use "push". A car is too heavy to pull; it can be "towed" , which is to pull by means of another vehicle. The phrases you wrote are for me a little awkward without context, though they are correct grammatically. They could use some changes. Push your car as close to the curb as possible, for example.
August 10, 2018
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