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    #1

    Question please correct

    I am trying to help a child with homework, and am not the best at this subject. I would appreciate help on how to correct this incorrect sentence. Thank you


    did you leave champ, your dog, eat



    Do you need to use all the words and rearrange, or take some out and modify?

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    #2

    Re: please correct

    Is 'champ' a dog food or a nickname?
    Did you leave Champ for your dog to eat? (food)
    It's seems to fit as a food to me.


    • Join Date: Jun 2004
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    #3

    Re: please correct

    Nah, it's the dog name, isn't it?
    > Have you fed Champ?

    FRC

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