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    sayla is offline Newbie
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    Plz help

    I would like to know differences between this 2 senetnces.

    1.After watching first half match between Greece and Korea, i hardly believes Korea's leading the game.

    2. After watching first half match between Greece and Korea, i hardly believes Korea leading the game.

    Firstly, i would like to know 2 sentences are grammatically correct? Secondly, i put Korea's leading the game and Korea leading the game.What is the differences between these?

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    Re: Plz help

    ***neither a teacher nor a native-speaker***

    A bit out of context but...

    Quote Originally Posted by sayla View Post
    i hardly believes Korea's leading the game.
    I believe
    You believe
    He/She believes
    We believe
    You believe
    They believe

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