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    speaking ...?

    The translator, speaking in Japanese, also used his hands and arms tried to translate what I had said earlier.

    is the above sentence correct?

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    Re: speaking ...?

    No, not correct, this is my suggestion :

    The translator is speaking in Japanese, he is also using his hands and arms to try to translate what I had just said .

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    Re: speaking ...?

    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    No, not correct, this is my suggestion :

    The translator is speaking in Japanese; he is also using his hands and arms to try to translate what I had just said .
    You also have a run-on sentence. You need at least a semicolon here, or 'and', or start a new sentence.

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