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    is this good Englis

    Dear experts, Could you, please, tell if the following sentence sounds OK in English:
    "The group that has given more answers to the questions of their group and has added more answers to the question of the other group is the winner."

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    Exclamation Re: is this good Englis

    Quote Originally Posted by snade17 View Post
    Dear experts, Could you, please, tell if the following sentence sounds OK in English:
    "The group that has given more answers to the questions of their group and has added more answers to the question of the other group is the winner." Modify as follows:
    "The group that has answered more questions of their group and added more answers to the questions of the other group is the winner."

    Use a common auxiliary verb 'has' the subject being common.
    Last edited by sarat_106; 24-Jan-2010 at 15:20.

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    Re: is this good Englis

    Thank you very much SARAT. You were most helpful.

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