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Hi English Teachers,
is the below sentence acceptable? Thanks a lot in advance.
Fortuitously, I saw my best friend in the shopping center just now.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
I used 'fortuitously' because I saw my friend without planning.
I have one last question before going to bed,how did you improve your vocabulary?Your English is so good.
I was on a tram recently when inspectors asked to see my tram pass. I did not have it on me, but, just as they were about to fine me, my wife fortuitously boarded the tram; she had my tram pass in her handbag.
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Thank you 5jj for your example.