Anything wrong with this sentence? Thanks again! T_T
This is the beginning part of an informal letter to a pen-friend. ( Is it grammatically correct? ) Thanks for proof-reading, everyone! T_T
This summer, I went to Thailand with my maid and my sister to visit our cousin.
I am so happy that my cousin has introduced me my to two little girls and one baby boy. They were all very cute.
Re: Anything wrong with this sentence? Thanks again! T_T
The first sentence is fine if the same person is a cousin to you, your maid and your sister.
Originally Posted by Helped Wanted
In the second sentence, it would be better if you mention the relationship of the children to the speaker (you).
- My cousin introduced me to three of my young cousins--two little girls and a baby boy. They are all very cute.
What do you think?