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    Is it correct to write... Poem and that too of Keats...reading that made my day

    If i want to say that i like reading poetry of keats and someone gives me a poetry book of keats. how can i thank her?
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    Re: Is it correct to write... Poem and that too of Keats...reading that made my day

    No, it isn't.
    If it isn't too much bother, could you ask your question in the message area? That would give you the opportunity to explain what you're trying to say, and give us an opportunity to make sense of it.

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    Re: Is it correct to write... Poem and that too of Keats...reading that made my day

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    No, it isn't.
    If it isn't too much bother, could you ask your question in the message area? That would give you the opportunity to explain what you're trying to say, and give us an opportunity to make sense of it.
    I like reading poems and i like poems written by Keats especially..and if someone gives me a poetry book of Keats .How can i thank her?

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    Re: Is it correct to write... Poem and that too of Keats...reading that made my day

    Quote Originally Posted by manikriti View Post
    If I want to say that I like reading the poetry of ​Keats and someone gives me a poetry book of Keats' poetry, how can I thank her?
    The appropriate response would be something like "Thanks for the book of Keats' poetry. I love reading his poems".

    Don't forget that you must capitalise the word "I" and proper nouns at all times.

    (I'm not sure what you edited out of your first post but something must be missing. Raymott's response in post #2 starts with "No, it isn't" and that doesn't seem to answer a question which is still present in post #1.)
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Is it correct to write... Poem and that too of Keats...reading that made my day

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    No, it isn't.
    If it isn't too much bother, could you ask your question in the message area? That would give you the opportunity to explain what you're trying to say, and give us an opportunity to make sense of it.
    In my first post question was- Is it correct to write? Poem... That too of Keats...reading that one made my day

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    Re: Is it correct to write... Poem and that too of Keats...reading that made my day

    Perhaps that's what you meant to write. What I saw was: That's all. The only text was in your title.

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