relative and non relative sentences
it was never my intention to have Barb spend all day and night to try and explain things to me. I never thought beyond her sending me a quick reply. How about had I wrote, 'When I saw him at the beginning of the week he looked cheerful, but having bumped into him on Wednesday he looked depressed.'? Is there really that much difference between that and my original? Such is my point, I suppose. Is there anybody out there (moderator or otherwise) who agrees with me? That would be nice!
Last edited by red an' dead; 04-May-2013 at 21:58.
Re: relative and non relative sentences
This post is meaningless on its own, red an' dead. Please copy it and post it in the thread it refers to.
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