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    tie up loose ends

    Teacher, did i use "tie up loose ends" right in this sentence?

    I will need a couple of hours to tie up the loose ends on these files today and then I can start to help Mary.

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    Re: tie up loose ends

    Quote Originally Posted by thomas615 View Post
    Teacher, Did I use "tie up loose ends" right in this sentence?

    I will need a couple of hours to tie up the loose ends on these files today and then I can start to help Mary.
    Yes. Always capitalise 'I'.

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