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1.Isaton theneighbor's grasswatchingour dogvictoriously finishing his business.
2.I watched our dog
victoriously finishing his business, sitting on the neighbor's grass. or sitting on the neighbor's grass, i watched our dog victoriously finishing his business.
Do these sentences above express the same meaning? can i use any one sentence among these for the same meaning? i am confused. please explain grammatically.Thank you.
Last edited by Babai; 30-Jul-2012 at 16:43. Reason: mistake
Please remember that the personal pronoun "I" is always capitalized, that you need a capital letter to start a new sentence, and that there should be a space after a punctuation mark.
The second sentence in #2 has the same meaning as #1. The first sentence in #1 suggests the DOG (not you) was sitting on the grass.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.