It worries me the way he does the work.
It worries me the way he does the work.----------Is this perfect English ?
The way=as, am I right?
Re: It worries me the way he does the work.
It's fine. Normally, it would read, "The way he does his work worries me." Your line is turned around but not wrong. I'd add a comma though, because of the "It," which becomes the subject noun and (I think) makes the second part a dependent clause. I'm not a grammarian, though, so let's see if anyone else here would add the comma.
Originally Posted by Unregistered
the way = the manner in which = the method by which
Last edited by Charlie Bernstein; 12-Mar-2009 at 17:11.
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