- 1 Post By freezeframe
pretend as if
Please check out the following sentences.
(1) To save face and make the show go on smoothly, I pretended as if nothing had happened.
(2) Finally, the drama was completely and successfully presented.
(3) The audience gave us a round of applause
Re: pretend as if
While technically correct, the way you use drama reads unnatural to me. We'd say play.
Originally Posted by Ashiuhto
Drama is used more often to refer to the study of theater or to the literary form than to the plays themselves. There's also a specific type of plays called drama.
I pretended that nothing happened.
I acted as if nothing happened.
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