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  1. intermediate
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    he's the 3rd

    "he's the 3rd child of the family."

    put the phrase above in the interrogative form. the answer should be "3rd".

    do we have basically this question in English?

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    the jury returned a verdict of the guilty for the traitor

    what does this sentence mean?

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    Re: he's the 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by intermediate
    "he's the 3rd child of the family."

    put the phrase above in the interrogative form. the answer should be "3rd".

    do we have basically this question in English?

    **************************************************

    the jury returned a verdict of the guilty for the traitor

    what does this sentence mean?
    1. There isn't a simple interrogative form in English.
    2. Should read,

    The jury returned a verdict of guilty.

    'returned' means, the jury gave the judge their decision.

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