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    degree or major in , undrestanding to feel you

    Are my sentences fine? What do you say in English?

    He has not yet decided what he wants to get his degree/ major in?

    He thinks he will let his friends down if he stops playing Basketball. She says, ''They have enough understang to feel you that you can't play Basketball. So, they won't be upset''.

    Thank you for spending the time answering me.

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    Re: degree or major in , undrestanding to feel you

    Quote Originally Posted by arzgol View Post
    Are my sentences fine? What do you say in English?

    He has not yet decided what he wants to get his degree/ major in?
    NOT A TEACHER

    Regarding major/degre, I think it sounds better if you say:

    He has not yet decided what he wants to major in.

    He has not yet decided what he wants to get his degree in

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