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Thread: Sentence error


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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Quote Originally Posted by jack
    "Thanks to you great people." <--is this incorrect? how can i correct this sentence?

    "Thanks to all you great people." <--correct?
    Both sound fine. (I like the second one.) :D
    "Thanks to you great people" <--when i say this, it sounds kind of awkward? why? it sounds like it is incorrect?


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    #32
    I would say:
    Thanks all, you're great!

    FRC


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    #33
    Is this correct? If not, who can I correct this?

    1. I am working with you this coming tuesday.
    2. I am working with you next tuesday.

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