1."Young people are being more and more mature than last generation."
2."In china, online shopping market has been dramatically increased in recently years, mainly due to the 80s, who were born after 1980."
3."Four year ago, Americans were suffering the economy depression." and I am a little confused here. "suffering the economy depression" or "suffering an economy depression" ?
Last edited by emsr2d2; 26-Feb-2012 at 15:08. Reason: typo
Thanks. In the second sentence, what I want to express is the online shopping market has increased due to consumers who were born after 1980. By the way, can I add "the" before "consumers"? I mean can I say "due to the consumers" because here I mean specific people. Thank you.
I would say "In China, the online shopping market has increased dramatically mainly due to (or "thanks to") consumers born since 1980." You don't need to use "the" before "consumers".
Ok, thank you！！！
I see. I just want to express my gratitude and it's very nice of you to have helped me a lot.
Can you tell me if/whether these three sentences are correct?
Can you tell me: are these three sentences correct?