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    #1

    how to tell about weather

    If I want to tell about weather that it had/has been change
    so can I use the verb ''become'' for it?
    like this :

    1. It became very hot/cold suddenly by yesterday.
    2. It suddenly became very hot/cold yesterday.
    3. On yesterday it became very change suddenly.

    And is the place of ''suddenly'' correct?

    • I think second one is correct, Am I right?


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    Re: how to tell about weather

    You are right. Only 2 is correct.

    Rover

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