Thank you very much, Gil. I still have two questions.
The truck ran over the woman. I tried to convey this message by this sentence: "the man in the truck roared past". Is this wrong? Could you help me rewrite it?Regardless of this protest, the man in the truck roared past. In the end, the driver only paid several thousand dollars as compensation to the woman’s family (Did the truck run over the woman?).
Why are there two commas? And why is the second comma put right before "in" rather than right after "in", as in "changed their perception of, and values in, life."?Yet villagers here have changed their perception of, and values, in life.
Thank you for your time. Wish you a good day.
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