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Magdalena
he is said to/it is said he There is this sentence in my task that I need to rewrite in a different way, but it still has to have similar meaning. Also, I have to use the word in brackets. They say he hates publicity. (said) My version: He is said to hate publicity. Answer key version: It is said he hates publicity. Which one is correct?
Aug 29, 2019 11:05 AM
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Both are correct! :)
August 29, 2019
Both are correct! :)
August 29, 2019
Both are correct. Of the two, “It is said he hates publicity” sounds a little more common. “He is said to hate publicity” sounds a little more sophisticated. They say he hates publicity. (Might be the most common way to say it)
August 29, 2019
Magdalena
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