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    Cool one / other or others

    Hi,

    Can you tell me if the passages below are correct?

    Look at those three terms: "What's going on:", "qué está passando?" and "que se passe t'il?": THe first one is Anglo-Saxon and the two others have Latin origins

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    Re: one / other or others

    Hello, bieasy.

    Please let me try.

    1. I'd say 'sentences', not 'terms'.
    2. I'd write "The first one is Anglo-Saxon, and the other two have Latin origins."

    I'm not good at punctuation, so I'm afraid I cannot comment on it.
    I hope somebody else can shed more light on your query.

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    Re: one / other or others

    Quote Originally Posted by bieasy View Post
    Hi,

    Can you tell me if the passages below are correct?

    Look at those these three terms sentences:

    1. "What's going on?"
    2. "Qué está passando?" and
    3. "Que se passe t'il?"

    THe The first one is Anglo-Saxon and the other two others have Latin origins.
    My suggested amendments are above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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