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    Default There is a stab in the back of the victim. Does the highligted sentences make sense?

    1) There is a stab would in the back of the victim and the police is trying to find out what kind of weapon the victim was injured with/by.

    2) My teacher told me to write a sentence with the most word possible/ with as many word as possible.

    3) Since i have done all the difficult task, i will be able to have a relaxing a week at work next week




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    Default Re: There is a stab in the back of the victim. Does the highligted sentences make sen

    1) There is a stab wound in the victim's back and the police are trying to find out what kind of weapon caused it.

    2) My teacher told me to write a sentence using as many words as possible.

    3) Since I have done all the difficult tasks, I will be able to have a relaxing time at work next week.
    Always capitalise I.

    Rover

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    Default Re: There is a stab in the back of the victim. Does the highligted sentences make sen

    Thank you soooooo much Rover, you are the best teacher.

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    Default Re: There is a stab in the back of the victim. Does the highligted sentences make sen

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    Thank you soooooo much Rover, you are the best teacher.
    Thank you, Scott. . . nice of you to say so.

    I know it's not true, but I've printed out a copy for my scrapbook.

    Rover

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    Default Re: There is a stab in the back of the victim. Does the highligted sentences make sen

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    Thank you soooooo much Rover, you are the best teacher.
    What a nice thanks!
    How many teachers are the best to you?
    I hope there is not only 1!
    I should learn from you this style! :)

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    Default Re: There is a stab in the back of the victim. Does the highligted sentences make sen

    Everybody had been so helpful, so i guess i will have more than one teacher.

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    Default Re: There is a stab in the back of the victim. Does the highligted sentences make sen

    Yes it is true, you are a great teacher. I really meant what i said from the bottom of my heart.

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