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    These years of acquaintance has enabled me to identify some of his characteristics.

    Hello,

    Which of the sentences below do you think is more natural and idiomatic to say? I have wrote these sentences.

    1-These years of acquaintance has enabled me to identify some of his characteristics.
    2-Through these years of acquaintance, I am able identify some of his characteristics.

    Thanks.

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    Re: These years of acquaintance has enabled me to identify some of his characteristic

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan. View Post
    Hello,

    Which of the sentences below do you think is more natural and idiomatic to say? I have wrote these sentences.

    1-These years of acquaintance has have enabled me to identify some of his characteristics.
    2-Through these years of acquaintance, I am able to identify some of his characteristics.

    Thanks.
    With the amendments I have made above, they are now both grammatical sentences. I prefer #1.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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