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    Ju is offline Senior Member
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    Red face stay tuned,in good hand,I am not taking any chance

    I would like to make sentences by using:
    • stay tuned
    • I am not taking any chance
    • in good hand
    re the following sentences in proper grammer?

    1. Please stay tuned for the next weather report for tomorrow's forecast.
    2. Stay tuned for the final arrangement of the upcoming Christmas party. You will be thrilled.
    3. I know my child is in danger. I am not taking any chance. I must go and rescue him now instead of waiting for the police.
    4. Don't worry. Your child is in good hand.
    Many thanks.

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    Tdol is online now Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Re: stay tuned,in good hand,I am not taking any chance

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    1. Please stay tuned for the next weather report for tomorrow's forecast.
    2. Stay tuned for the final arrangement of the upcoming Christmas party. You will be thrilled.
    3. I know my child is in danger. I am not taking any chance. I must go and rescue him now instead of waiting for the police.
    4. Don't worry. Your child is in good hand.
    2 arrangement- I'd use the plural
    3 chances
    4 hands

    PS grammar

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