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    Driven from the train

    Hi every one,
    please help me. I want say "they were driven out of the train." but I think it is not correct.

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    Re: Driven from the train

    How about they were forced off the train?

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    Re: Driven from the train

    Quote Originally Posted by Olga. View Post
    Hi every one everyone.
    Please help me. I want to say "They were driven out of the train (no full stop here)" but I think it is not correct.
    Please see my amendments to your post above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #4

    Re: Driven from the train

    There's nothing wrong with "...driven from the train."

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