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    simon1234 is offline Member
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    Hi there,
    Please proofread the following sentence:

    1. Is it correct to say like this?
    2. You are sick, so take more rest.

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    simon

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    Default Re: rest

    Not a teacher only a native.

    'You are sick, so take more rest.' Doesn't sound right to me, it is the 'more' I think is wrong.

    I would prefer to say, 'You are sick, so take a rest.' If the person was sick already, then 'You are sick, keep resting.' could be used. However if the person had just become ill then I would use, 'You are sick, so have a rest.' Or, 'You are sick, take a rest.'

    Hope this helps.

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    Default Re: rest

    1. Is it correct to say like this? No.

    Is it correct to say this?
    Is it correct to say it like this?

    Rover

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