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    Smile sentence

    How to express the following idea? Which is acceptable?
    (1) The sun high up in the sky.
    (2) The sun hangs up in the sky.
    (3) The sun rises highly up in the sky.

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    Re: sentence

    I'd say"The sun rises high in the sky" and "The sun is high up in the sky".

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    Re: sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by contiluo View Post
    How to express the following idea? Which is acceptable?
    (1) The sun high up in the sky.
    (2) The sun hangs up in the sky.
    (3) The sun rises highly up in the sky.
    1. isn't a sentence. You are simply referring to the sun and where it is.
    2. is a sentence about the state of the sun. The sun is ...
    3. is a sentence about an action of the sun. The sun does something ...

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