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    Today

    I have enjoyed today and looking forward to the weekend.

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    Re: Today

    Quote Originally Posted by Siokapesi Vaioleti View Post
    I have enjoyed today and looking forward to the weekend.
    I assume you would like comments on the sentence.

    It could be: I have enjoyed today and am looking forward to the weekend.

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    I have enjoyed today and look forward to the weekend.

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    Re: Today

    Welcome to the forum Siokapesi Vaioleti.

    Please help us to help you by telling us what you'd like us to do, rather than just writing a sentence and expecting us to guess.

    Normally your thread title should include some or all of the words you are querying, but "Is this sentence correct?" is acceptable if the words themselves tell us little.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 01-Nov-2013 at 10:40. Reason: Typo

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