Yes. :)Originally Posted by bmo
Yes, it would be good to do it that way. However, the way it is written is not incorrect. The second one is a sort of elliptical sentence. (It could be seen that way, anyhow.) The "entire" sentence could be written: "If Edgar drops dead tomorrow, she will be able to draw his Social Security and take anything and everything - our car, house, etc."Originally Posted by bmo
What do you think?
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