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    Default I was just struck with...

    Hello dear teachers!

    Which one do you think is correct?

    I was just struck with the idea of having a surprise party for her.

    This idea just struck me to have a surprise party for her.

    thanks.

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    Default Re: I was just struck with...

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    Hello dear teachers!

    Which one do you think is correct?

    I was just struck with the idea of having a surprise party for her.

    This idea just struck me to have a surprise party for her.

    thanks.
    They are both OK. I'd probably use the second.

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