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    Cricket match

    A cricket match is going on. Audience have the chance to question the winning captain. At this time we don't know who is going to win.

    Please check.

    "Who(which captain) is it going to be, audience can ask a question of?"

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    Re: Cricket match

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    A cricket match is going on. ​The audience have has the chance to question the winning captain. At this time we don't know who is going to win.

    Please check.

    "Who (space before an opening bracket) (which captain) is it going to be, audience can ask a question of?"
    I'm not really sure what question you are trying to ask. My best guess would be "Which captain will the audience get to question?"
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    Re: Cricket match

    The people watching a cricket match are the spectators – not the audience.

    I don't know why I am spending time on tufguy's question when we still haven't got a straight answer to post #29 here.

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    Re: Cricket match

    I'm not sure how I missed that audience/spectators mix-up.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 09-Mar-2016 at 23:20. Reason: Sorted. Thanks ems.
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    Re: Cricket match

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    I don't know why I am spending time on tufguy's question
    I don't any more.

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    Re: Cricket match

    Thread closed until post #29 mentioned in post #3 here has been answered.
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