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    Default Sentences structure

    Please tell me the meaning of sentense below:

    "The food is not good and expensive."

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    Default Re: Sentences structure

    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmofox View Post
    Please tell me the meaning of sentense below:

    "The food is not good and expensive."

    Thanks

    Hi Cosmofox,
    Welcome to the forum

    It should be like the following:

    The food is neither good nor expensive. If you mean : (not good + not expensive)


    The food is not good but expensive. If you mean : (not good + expensive)


    The food is not good, but/although it is expensive. If you mean : (not good + expensive)


    Although the food is expensive, it is not good. If you mean : (not good + expensive)


    (I am not a teacher)
    Last edited by sash2008; 06-Jul-2009 at 22:57.

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