Are these sentences correct:
1-He let me see the film in exchange for my coat.
2-He let me see the film for my coat.
3-For what did he let you see the film?
4-What did he let you see the film for?
[Could this ever mean the same as 3? Normally of-course it means why did he let you see the film?]
5-I saw the film in exchange for my coat.
6-I saw the film for my coat.
7-What did you see the film for?
8-He let me the see the film for one dollar.
9-For how much did he let you see the film?
10-For how much did you see the film?
11-How much did you see the film for?
I have to apologize for this one being so long, but as all these sentences are related, I thought it would be easier to put them together.
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Originally Posted by navi tasan
Thanks TDOL. Your answers are as usual to the point.
Just one more question: You say:
3-For what did he let you see the film? Unlikely- it sounds like surprise
What do you mean exactly? That I am surprised that he let you see the film and I wonder what he received in order to do so?
It would mean 'why', which makes it a strange question. ;-)
Got it (finally)...
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