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    Telephoned warnings/zombified

    Would you help me in the following sentences?

    1-I have already informed the police about telephoned warnings.

    2-Please share some zombified pictures on facebook.

    Are ''telephoned warnings'' and '' zombified pictures'' grammatically correct.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Telephoned warnings/zombified

    Quote Originally Posted by Aradhana Mittal View Post
    Would you help me in the following sentences?

    1-I have already informed the police about telephoned warnings.

    2-Please share some zombified pictures on facebook.

    Are ''telephoned warnings'' and '' zombified pictures'' grammatically correct.

    Thanks in advance.
    They don't make any sense to me I'm afraid.

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    Re: Telephoned warnings/zombified

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    They don't make any sense to me I'm afraid.
    Would you be kind enough to tell the use of 'telephoned warnigs' and 'zombified pictures' in any sentence which makes sense?
    thank you

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    Re: Telephoned warnings/zombified

    Quote Originally Posted by Aradhana Mittal View Post
    Would you be kind enough to tell the use of 'telephoned warnigs' and 'zombified pictures' in any sentence which makes sense?
    thank you
    "The police received telephoned warnings about the bomb which had been planted." I can't make a sentence that makes sense with "zombified pictures" as that phrase doesn't make sense.

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    Re: Telephoned warnings/zombified

    Zombified pictures exists: http://susanrussoanderson.com/wp-con.../Zombified.jpg
    So the original sentence would work.

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