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    #1

    His wife hugging

    I am not sure about these two sentences. Would you please take a look at them and correct my mistakes?

    1. His wife hugging a stranger stirred anger in John.

    Or maybe I should rephrase the sentence like this:

    2. The scene of his wife hugging a stranger, stirred anger in John.

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    Re: His wife hugging

    #1 is OK as it is, though I would probably add "Seeing" at the start.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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