<My sweetest teachers> He's stubborn.He's a stubborn boy.He's obstinate.He's an obstinate boy.I want to a carrot.I want to eat two carrots.You shouldn't procrastinate on going to the party. corect?
(Not a teacher)
These look good (you left the "eat" off of the first carrot sentence). The last sentence can have two meanings: the person is procrastinating on deciding whether to go to the party at all, or is procrastinating on leaving for the party.
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