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Message de fanny28 posté le 27-10-2007 à 11:55:23 (S | E | F | I)
Good morning everybody!
Could you correct my work please? M y exercise is this one: each of these sentences has a grammar mistake. Find the mistake, then write the correct sentence.
( I must give this exercises for Monday, I write just the sentence that il don't know)
if there is the same exercise on this site, you can give me the reference
1: our receptionists work usually part time.
I think that the good sentence is :
our receptionists usually work part time
2: I call rarely my boss at home
I rarely call my boss at home
I begin to learn english, thanks for your answers
Modifié par bridg le 27-10-2007 11:57
Retrait de deux phrases sans réponse, nous ne pouvons corriger que ce que nous voyons de votre travail.
Réponse: A small exercise (correction) de nick27, postée le 27-10-2007 à 12:05:23 (S | E)
Both corrections are OK
Réponse: A small exercise (correction) de fanny28, postée le 27-10-2007 à 13:08:48 (S | E)
merci beaucoup à vous
thanks a lot to you
but I have two other sentences
3: the factory never is closed
my answer is:
the factory never isn't closed
4: I use everyday email at work
I use email at work everyday
thanks for your answers
Réponse: A small exercise (correction) de vtr1000, postée le 30-10-2007 à 13:11:43 (S | E)
In my opinion, 4 is ok but 3 isn't good. En English, we never find two negative words in the same sentence. I think that the problem is only the place of never.
Réponse: A small exercise (correction) de fanny28, postée le 30-10-2007 à 19:04:40 (S | E)
I found answer, thinks for you help.
Réponse: A small exercise (correction) de shamrock72, postée le 30-10-2007 à 19:54:41 (S | E)
The factory is never closed. "Never" exclut l'utilisation de "not".
Every day en 2 mots ici.
Réponse: A small exercise (correction) de fredoomseven, postée le 03-11-2007 à 00:07:39 (S | E)
Doit se mettre ENTRE le SUJET et le VERBE tout comme :
NOT VERY OFTEN
HARDLY EVER (VERY RARELY)
Have a good night.