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    Harry12345 is offline Member
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    Are these two sentences correct? Thank you!

    Are these two sentences correct? Thank you!

    1 The book accounts more for the failure of our fellow students.
    2 He has taken away my heart.

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    Re: Are these two sentences correct? Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry12345 View Post
    Are these two sentences correct? Thank you!

    1 The book accounts more for the failure of our fellow students.
    2 He has taken away my heart.
    (Not a teacher)
    (1) Most of our fellow students have flunked(US)/failed(UK) in book accounts.
    (2) He has swept away my heart or he has broken my heart.

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    Harry12345 is offline Member
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    Re: Are these two sentences correct? Thank you!

    Teacher albertino!

    Thank you very much!

    Are they correct or incorrect on earth?

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    albertino is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Are these two sentences correct? Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry12345 View Post
    Teacher albertino!

    Thank you very much!

    Are they correct or incorrect on earth?
    (I'm NOT A Teacher)

    As for your sentences, it seems that the first one doesn't make sense while the second one is fine to me.

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