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    Can someone help me to correct these 2 sentence.

    1) I usually don't zip my jacket all the way, i will only zip it halfway.
    2) Your bag is unzip.
    3) The zip of your bag is not zip properly, it is only halfway.

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    Re: Can someone help me to correct these 2 sentence.

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    1) I usually don't zip my jacket all the way, i will only zip it halfway.
    2) Your bag is unzip.
    3) The zip of your bag is not zip properly, it is only halfway.
    1) I usually don't zip my jacket all the way, I (will) only zip it halfway.
    2) Your bag is unzipped.
    3) The zip of your bag is not done up/zipped properly, it is only halfway.

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