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i would like to know whether these sentences are correct.
we had to write the meanings of these words and also make sentences with them.:
1. malice: we must not behave with malice towards others.
2. thronged: the market was thronged with people.
i would like you to please help me with the corrections and also the reasons as to why the above sentences are incorrect.
I think the first one is correct. As for the second one, I think that it would be closer to "the thronged market" rather than "the market was thronged."
I'm not an English teacher, so take what they say over what I say!
1. malice: We must not behave with malice towards others.
2. thronged: The market was thronged with people.
They are both correct, but you should capitalise as above.