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    Is these sentences correct?

    Are these sentences correct?

    I am determined this time; I want to be a physician. I like getting thorns out of hands, healing patients from headaches and using plants in treatment.
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    Re: Is these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseSpring View Post
    Is these sentences correct?

    I am determined this time; I want to be a physician. I like getting thorns out of hands, healing patients from headaches and using plants in treatment.
    Hi,

    You mean 'Are' these sentences correct.

    I'd prefer to say '...healing patients' headaches.....'

    Rgds

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    Re: Is these sentences correct?

    Our RoseSpring has made a lot of questions using the same form "is something correct?" , it is really a nice form.
    :)

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    Re: Is these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by crazYgeeK View Post
    Our RoseSpring has made a lot of questions using the same form "is something correct?" , it is really a nice form.
    :)
    Indeed, 'is something' (singular) is of course correct. 'Is these...' (plural) isn't.

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    Are these sentences correct?

    It is "Are these sentences correct?"

    Sorry for this confusion I have caused.

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    Re: Are these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseSpring View Post
    It is "Are these sentences correct?"

    Sorry for this confusion I have caused.
    Hey, You are an English learner, you have a right to take grammatical mistakes and that's why I feel so free to join in this forum to learn English better !!!

    What about your member type ? what kind of academician you are ? I'm sure you are not an English expert but you have joined in here, so please let me call you English learner !
    I think there are 2 kinds of people joining in here : the first is to teach English and the second is to learn English !
    Last edited by crazYgeeK; 16-Jan-2011 at 12:46.

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