sozi3040
would you please correct my sentences? Would you please "pure some water into my glass"? I have steamed those clothes against the wall. 'These are all cleared" or I should say "they are all looks clean and "all the wrinkle out" or " unwrinkle"
Oct 9, 2019 11:18 PM
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Hello Sozi, I would say, "Those clothes are steamed." or "Those clothes are pressed." Also, I think you mean pour, not pure in your first sentence: Would you please pour some water into my glass. Or, a more common way to say the same thing is: Could I have some more water, please? Hope that helps.
October 10, 2019
1. 'pure', should be 'pour' Would you please "pour some water into my glass"? 2. I have steamed those clothes against the wall. Grammatically this is correct, though it sounds a bit odd. I'm not sure how you steam clothes against a wall ?? 3. 'These are all cleared" or I should say "they are all looks clean and "all the wrinkle out" or " unwrinkle" You can say, "These clothes are all clean and unwrinkled" or "These clothes are all clean and the wrinkles are out".
October 10, 2019
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