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    #1

    Could have done

    Hello again teachers,

    I'd like to ask if the sentences are correct.

    1. Moving into my new house with my lots of stuff couldn't have done smoothly without your car.

    2. Without your car, I wouldn't have easily moved lots of my stuff into my new house.


    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: Could have done

    Quote Originally Posted by Donno View Post
    Hello again teachers,

    I'd like to ask if the sentences are correct.

    1. Moving into my new house with my lots of stuff couldn't have been done smoothly without your car.

    2. Without your car, I wouldn't have easily moved lots of my stuff into my new house.
    correct

    Thank you
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    #3

    Re: Could have done

    Quote Originally Posted by Donno View Post
    Hello again teachers,

    I'd like to ask if the sentences are correct.

    1. Moving into my new house with my lots of stuff couldn't have done smoothly without your car.

    Moving into my new house with lots of stuff wouldn't have gone so smoothly without your car.

    2. Without your car, I wouldn't have easily moved lots of my stuff into my new house.

    Without your car, I wouldn't have been able to move all my stuff into my new house so easily.


    Thank you
    See above.

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