- 1 Post By mmasny
See the unlined sentence
She is like an American, every word she speaks and every gesture she makes.
Is the underlined sentence a complete one? Is it OK to express things in this way?
Somehow, I felt it a little odd.
Thanks in advance.
Re: See the unlined sentence
Would "She is like an American in every word she speaks and every gesture she makes." sound less odd to you? The underlined part of your sentence is not even a sentence itself. I am not sure, if it completely OK to say so, but in speech, I find it acceptable. But I am not a native speaker.
Originally Posted by Eartha
Last edited by mmasny; 30-Jan-2010 at 03:39.
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