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    are these sentence correct

    2) What kind of gun did the robber get shot with?
    3) Will the teacher assign a group for the student or student form own group?
    4) His fell sideways when his motorbike felldown.
    5) We can browse the shopping area while waiting for bus.

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    Re: are these sentence correct

    2) What kind of gun did the robber get shot with?
    3) Will the teacher assign a group for the student or student form own group?
    4) His fell sideways when his motorbike felldown.
    5) We can browse the shopping area while waiting for bus.

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    Re: are these sentence correct

    Hello there, i am wondering if you can help me to correct my mistakes. I know my english is poor, so i am puting the effort to learn. Thank you.


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    Re: are these sentence correct

    2) What kind of gun did the robber get shot with?
    This is okay.
    - "What kind of gun was used to shoot the robber?" is better, maybe.

    3) Will the teacher assign a group for the student or student form own group?
    - Will the teacher assign the student to a group, or will the student form his own group?

    4) His fell sideways when his motorbike felldown.
    "fell down" is two words
    - He fell sideways when his motor bike fell down.

    5) We can browse the shopping area while waiting for bus.
    I think "browse around" or "browse through" would be more usual
    "waiting for THE bus"
    - We can browse through the shopping area while waiting for the bus.

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