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Hi! I've just found an exercise in which the task is to put the words in the right order. Could you help me?
Punctuates and big initials are given.
The sentences are :
Thanks a lot!
I've already tried it,but I'm not English. You can suggest it easily.
You're right,but I'm so disappointed. I tried to create the sentences correctly many times,but I didn't succeeded. Ok, I can try it once again. Well,my sentences are:
1. I like the softer much. It's colorful.
2. Yes, it's a lot more expensive,too.
3. It's a little nicer, but a lot more expensive hundred dollars.
Thanks for your help!
With the first one, for instance, you know that a subject and a verb usually go together so you can automatically put "I" with "like". You also know that "It's (It is)" might be followed by an adjective so you can try "It's softer" and "It's colorful".
@moonlike. I did hesitate over the "little"/"lot" decision, I now think your version is the more plausible.