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Would you please correct my sentences? I was so drunk last night. I left my table and did not say anything to anyone. Or the other sentences ( I skipped the table quitly, and went to my bed and slept till morning)
Sep 16, 2019 1:49 AM
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"I was so drunk last night. I left my table and didn't say anything to anyone." More natural to shorten "did not". Probably better to join the sentences as well: I was so drunk last night that I left my table and didn't say anything to anyone I left the table quietly, and went to my bed and slept till morning. "left" is better than "skipped". "Skipped" doesn't sound right since it implies a bit of "energy" (which from the text doesn't work since you've said you have a bit of a hangover. 'Skip" can mean "miss", but you would be misusing the word if that's what you meant as you are already at the table.
September 16, 2019
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