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    I was greeted with ...

    Are the following sentecnes correct?

    Upon opening the door I was greeted with a fierce expression/look on her face.

    My time is worth much more than being spent here.

    Thanks very much indeed.

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    Re: I was greeted with ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    Are the following sentecnes correct?

    Upon opening the door,I was greeted with a fierce expression/look on her face.

    My time is worth much more than being spent here.


    Thanks very much indeed.
    This sound odd to me.
    I'd say" It isn't worth my while to spend time here." or
    "My time is too valuable to be spent here."

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