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    Red face Please check my sentence

    "I found an apartment which is good enough for me to start with" or "I found an apartment which is good enough for me to get started"
    Which sentence is correct? Thank you

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    Re: Please check my sentence

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    The second sentence is better.


    A better title would have been
    'I found an apartment'.

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    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

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