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Are both sentences OK? If not, can you correct them? My shoes worn out without ever wearing them. My shoes worn out with not even wearing a day.
Oct 20, 2018 7:13 PM
Answers · 4
My shoes are worn out, without ever wearing them. I added are and a comma, which is correct. My shoes are worn out, even without wearing them for a day. This sentence is ok, but it might be a little bit confusing for some people. I changed with to without. I added are, for, them, and a comma.
October 20, 2018
My shoes wore out without my ever wearing them. My shoes have worn out and I didn’t even wear them for a day!
October 20, 2018
I agree with Samuel Harris.
October 20, 2018
I can’t believe that these cheap shoes are already worn out! I haven’t even worn them for a whole day and they are already falling apart.
October 20, 2018
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