Dear Teachers! :D
Please check the following sentences. If something is wrong, please write why :D
1 I woudn't stay at/in the home.
2 I don't know what to wait of him.
3 He spent a lot of money to it.
4 The house had incresed in value since they bought it.
5 They lived in a/the small town.
Thank you. :D
Well, I am not a teacher, just some personal comments...
Originally Posted by Alexan
1 I wouldn't stay at home ( if it's your own home I don't think we need "the"?)
2 No comments
3 He spent a lot of money on it.
4 I feel that it's not correct, but not sure how to correct it. What about this: The house's value has been increasing since they bought it.
5 Depends on the context. If the town is not mentioned earlier, then "a".
1. I wouldn't stay home. OR I wouldn't stay at home. (if it's your home)
Originally Posted by welldone
2. I don't know what to expect of him.
3. He spent a lot of money on it.
4. The house has appreciated since they bought it. OR The house has
increased in value since they bought it.
5. They lived in a small town. (If the town hasn't been mentioned before)
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