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    #1

    Smile fully have fun

    Please check out the following sentences.

    (1) Stephanie was a nice guest.
    (2) It's pity that her stay in Taiwan was too short that made her can't fully have fun.

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    #2

    Re: fully have fun

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

    (1) Stephanie was a nice guest.
    (2) It's pity that her stay in Taiwan was too short that made her can't fully have fun.

    Sentence (1) is just fine.

    Sentence (2) is awkward, non-idiomatic and ungrammatical. If this is a homework assignment, try again.

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    Smile Re: fully have fun

    (2) It's a pity that her stay was so short that she couldn't enjoy everything.
    Last edited by Ashiuhto; 10-Feb-2011 at 08:56. Reason: revise

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    Re: fully have fun

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    (2) It's a pity that her stay was so short that she couldn't enjoy everything.
    This sentence is much better. It is error-free and consistent with conversational English.

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