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  1. Local_boy_needs_help
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    HELP

    Can someone correct these 2 sentence's for me?.
    1. if you had shook the cup good you could of drank it easy

    2. please do the following things mail that package print the lists straightening the books and calling in the order


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    Smile Re: HELP

    Quote Originally Posted by Local_boy_needs_help View Post
    Can someone correct these 2 sentence's for me?.
    1. if you had shook the cup good you could of drank it easy

    2. please do the following things mail that package print the lists straightening the books and calling in the order

    If you had shaken the cup well enough, you could've easily drunk it.

    Please, do the following: mail the package, print the lists, straighten out the books, and call in the order.

    What kind of a drink was it? Do you think I would've liked it?


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    Re: HELP

    Quote Originally Posted by Local_boy_needs_help View Post
    Can someone correct these 2 sentence(')s for me?.
    No apostrophe is required, this is a plural word, we use the apostrophe for contractions and to denote possession.

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