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I am wearing a virtual shirt of Indian cricket team.
I was watching T.V. when the giant was coming nearby my door, suddenly I thrown my book, which I kept in my hand, to the giant through the window.
Please correct this two sentences of mine.
I think Gary is going by this meaning of virtual: 1 almost as described, but not completely or according to strict definition.
It can be used in this way: "I am wearing a shirt that is virtually the same as that used by the Indian cricket team."
I was watching T.V. when the giant came near my door. Suddenly, I threw the book I was holding in my hand at the giant, through the window.
I was watching T.V. when a giant came close to the house and I threw the book, which was I was holding in my hand, through the window at the giant.
Nope - it's the end of a long day. Delete the first "was".
Thank you friends.
Are the following sentences correct?
(1) She was virtually collapsed when she was running about 100 km.
(2) Her fighting with her neighbour is a virtual war.
Please help me.