Are these sentences correct:
1-You took a risk doing it, and doing it so rapidly.
2-You took a risk doing it, and especially doing it so rapidly.
I suppose they mean:
Doing it was a risk and doing it so rapidly was an even bigger risk.
However the only changes I would make is removing the 'and', 'doing' and 'it' so it reads: 'You took a risk doing it, especially so rapidly.' It has a better flow in my opinion. I also believe sentence number two is the more natural way to say it.
Last edited by HanibalII; 06-May-2013 at 13:37.
I'm not a teacher yet, but I am studying a Bachelor of Education with an English Literature major at Charles Sturt University, in NSW, Australia.