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    I think Iíve had way too much of that mead

    Hi, everyone!

    A part of this sentence sounds somewhat unnatural to me: "I think I’ve had way too much of that mead". Maybe I'm mistaken? By this sentence I mean that the guy has drunk too much.

    Thank's in advance.

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    Re: I think Iíve had way too much of that mead

    'Way too much' is fine in informal modern English. If this is part of your fantasy novel, then 'far too much' is more appropriate.

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    Re: I think Iíve had way too much of that mead

    Quote Originally Posted by Marina Gaidar View Post
    Hi, everyone!

    A part of this sentence sounds somewhat unnatural to me: "I think I’ve had way too much of that mead". Maybe I'm mistaken? By this sentence I mean that the guy has drunk too much.

    Thank's in advance.
    There was no need to underline your first and last sentences and you need to remove the apostrophe from "Thanks".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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