Could you tell me, please, whether the following underlined verbs are correct in terms of tense:"The spider was merely looking over our paper to see which merchant is not advertising, so that he can go to that store..."
2. Could I avoid repetition in a title by saying:"Good luck or bad" (dropping the second "luck"?)
3.Does anybody know what is the current corresponding word for "dressing room" in today's school?
Yes, you can drop the second luck if the context is clear. We do this often with a similar phrase: In good times or in bad.
If the room is a separate room with lockers, it can be called a locker room.
If it is an adjoining room with hooks for clothes, it can be called a cloak room or a coat room.
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