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    #1

    hearing the noisy, he drew the curtain, looked out asking

    Is this sentense right?:

    Hearing the noisy, he drew the curtain, looked out asking: "...?"

    I'm not sure with verbs.

    Should I use:

    Hearing the noisy, he drew the curtain, looking out, asking: "...?"

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    #2

    Re: hearing the noisy, he drew the curtain, looked out asking

    Quote Originally Posted by phoenixqn81 View Post
    Is this sentence right?:

    Hearing the noise, he drew back the curtain and looked out, asking, "Hey! What's all the racket...?!"

    I'm not sure with verbs.

    Should I use:

    Hearing the noise, he drew aside the curtain, and, looking out, asked: "What is going on here...?!"
    I hope this is helpful,

    Petra

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