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    about English

    Is this sentence correct???

    "English wouldn't English if there weren't exceptions."

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    Re: about English

    Quote Originally Posted by lihinii
    Is this sentence correct???

    "English wouldn't English if there weren't exceptions."

    That's all right, but I think to say the same thing this sentence is clearer. You also need to add the word "be".

    English wouldn't be English if it did not have exceptions.

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    without 'be', why is that all right, CitySpeak?

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    It's not all right. I said that he has to add the word be.

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    Okey, I see!
    Thank you,

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    It is normally spelled 'Okay'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vvaann
    Okay, I see!
    Thank you,


    8) :) :wink:

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