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    Default with some stuff

    Is the following sentnece correct?

    I lost my backpack with some stuff in it such as, a camera, films, books and so on. or

    I lost my backpack and there were some stuff, such as a camera ...

    ( which is better? or Do you have any other suggestion??)

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    Default Re: with some stuff

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    Stuff is the uncountable equivalent of things. Correct your sentences this way:

    I lost my backpack with some stuff in it such as a camera, film and books.
    I lost my backpack and there was some stuff such as a camera
    , film and books.
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