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    #1

    Smile writing

    Please check the following sentences out.

    1. On a sunny afternoon, there was a young woman cleaning the floor
    at her boss's office.

    2. Due to no other one in the office, she decided to take a rest
    and practice singing.

    3. She grabbed her mop bar as a microphone and sang loudly.

    4. She acted as if she were a rock star and intoxicated herself
    in a high spirit.

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    #2

    Re: writing

    Quote Originally Posted by contiluo View Post
    Please check the following sentences out.

    1. On a sunny afternoon, there was a young woman cleaning the floor
    at her boss's office.

    2. Due to no other one in the office, she decided to take a rest
    and practice singing.

    3. She grabbed her mop bar as a microphone and sang loudly.

    4. She acted as if she were a rock star and intoxicated herself
    in a high spirit.
    1. Okay.
    2. Because she was alone in the office, she... the rest is okay
    3. mop handle
    4. She pretended she was a rock star and [I'm not sure what you mean here]

    Can you say what you mean by "intoxicated herself in a high spirit"?
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Smile Re: writing

    In sentence (4), I mean she is satisfied with her singing and dancing.

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