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    Are these correct sentences " Its a larger than life effort " , " He has a larger t "

    Are these correct sentences " Its a larger than life effort " , " He has a larger than life personalty " ?

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    Re: Are these correct sentences " Its a larger than life effort " , " He has a larger

    The 2nd is fine. The first sounds a bit odd to me. A more common collocatiom with 'effort' is superhuman.

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    Re: Are these correct sentences " Its a larger than life effort " , " He has a larger

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    The 2nd is fine. The first sounds a bit odd to me. A more common collocatiom with 'effort' is superhuman.

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    the first one is just odd , bot wrong huh ?? means we cay use it but not a good choice in this situation

    also, What about these ones , are they also correct sentences ?

    1) till when can u be awake ? 2) till when can u be awaken ?


    thanks a lot in advance

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    Re: Are these correct sentences " Its a larger than life effort " , " He has a larger

    Please start a new thread for unrelated questions.

    Also, remember to start your sentences with a capital letter and, in this forum, do not use text language such as 'u' for 'you'. Thank you.

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