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    Default how do i reword this sentence?

    How do I rewrite this sentence to a better form? because this sentence sounds very odd.

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    The little girl tells her father about her trip, minute by minute, which is good because you can picture what has actually happened to the trip in your mind.
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    Can you also check this sentence too
    which one should i use?
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    Boys’ answers are often short and concise, but most of the times they give a lack of descriptive answer such as the previous example.

    Boys’ answers are often short and concise, but most of the times they give a lack of description answer such as the previous example.
    Last edited by bbmak; 04-Jul-2006 at 06:35.

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    Default Re: how do i reword this sentence?

    Minute be minute, the little girl tells her father about her trip, which is good because yu can picture what actually happened in the trip in your mind.

    though I am not pretty sure...^_^

    Boys’ answers are often short and concise, but most of the times they give a lack of descriptive answer such as the previous example.

    i think this one is correct.

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