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    Default I saw a lot, learned a lot and felt a lot.

    During my 16 days in Quebec, I saw a lot, learned a lot and felt a lot.

    Is the structure like above acceptable in English?
    Would there be a better way to phrase it?

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    Default Re: I saw a lot, learned a lot and felt a lot.

    Quote Originally Posted by rainous View Post
    During my 16 days in Quebec, I saw a lot, learned a lot and felt a lot.

    Is the structure like above acceptable in English?
    Conjoined predicates, OK. The comma is fine. You may place an extra comma before "and".

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