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Dear Forum Users,
Look at this sentence:
The dog may not be brown in picture 2. If it is, it is a Hungarian 'puli'.
I just wonder, how I could rewrite the highlighted part to evade the repetition of 'it is'. (If so, ...?)
Thank you very much.
Last edited by Csika; 24-Feb-2012 at 13:57.
Isn't it better "the dog in picture 2 may not be brown"? I mean, if the dog is not brown in picture 2, he's probably not brown in any picture.
So "what is better to say" depends on what is meant - as in all cases of ambiguity.
Thank you very much for your suggestions!