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  1. Marina Gaidar's Avatar
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    He waives his staff and makes a sudden forward thrust at them

    I'm concerned about the word combination "He waives his staff and makes a sudden forward thrust at them". Is it normal?

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    Re: He waives his staff and makes a sudden forward thrust at them

    Quote Originally Posted by Marina Gaidar View Post
    I'm concerned about the word combination "He waives his staff and makes a sudden forward thrust at them". Is it normal?
    It sounds OK to me. However, you have spelt "waves" wrong. "Waives" has a totally different meaning.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: He waives his staff and makes a sudden forward thrust at them

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    It sounds OK to me. However, you have spelt "waves" wrong. "Waives" has a totally different meaning.
    Oh, yes! Sorry haven't noticed that!

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