- For Teachers
Long time ago, there were two boy with a big dream. The first one was dreaming to be a teacher and the second was dreaming to be a doctor.
Please,correct the above sentences?
Thanks a lot.
A big dreams. Why do we use an article although the noun is plural.
I see no reason to refer to them as "the first one" and "the second one" unless that is somehow relevant elsewhere in the piece. I also wouldn't use the past continuous, just the simple past.
bhaisahab was apologising for his misunderstanding. He could not work out why you posted "a big dreams" in your first post when, in post #3 you made it clear that you knew "a big dreams" was wrong. However, he then realised that he was wrong and that you did not post "a big dreams" in #1 and that it was actually Barb D's error.
Mea culpa. I missed it.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.