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    Mr.Lucky_One is offline Member
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    Default "Sing" rather than "Play"

    "That song was singing on the radio yesterday morning"

    Is it right to say so? Or must I use "play" in sentence like this?

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    Default Re: "Sing" rather than "Play"

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Lucky_One View Post
    "That song was singing on the radio yesterday morning"

    Is it right to say so? Or must I use "play" in sentence like this?
    People sing. Radios play.

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