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    Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    Sentence: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter " develop improperly.

    I want to tell that effect of bleeding in this movie , with every minute is worst.

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    Re: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    I have changed your thread title. Titles like "Please check" or "Look at this sentence" are no use. Each thread title should include some/all of the words/phrases you are querying.

    I don't understand your question, again, unfortunately. Are you talking about the amount of blood that can be seen in the Harry Potter films?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    No, don't look at movie title, because it is an example.

    For example:
    Minutes:
    10:00 - bleeding effect is ok.
    11:00- bleeding effect is worst
    12:00- bleeding effect is the worst

    So i want to tell that in every minute it become worst,
    But i can't tell it become worst,
    I have to tell develop/expand,
    Or something like:


    or
    I hit him and in every minute effect of bleeding develop correctly

    because if I:

    I hit him and in every minute effect of bleeding develop improperly.
    It would be wrong, because if I hit him he sould bleed more, but imagine that is magic and in every minute, effect of bleeding develop/expand improperly (like i hit him, and he bleed less, istead of more.

    I'm looking forward to your examples of sentences, maybe i will choose something

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    Re: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    What do you mean by "develops improperly"?
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    Re: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    Something like:

    -Doesn't grow correctly ?
    -But I can't say "grow" here.

    -Improperly = not correctly ?
    -Develop = grow ?

    edit:
    - Maybe "evolve" would be good here ?
    Last edited by vogelvogelvogel3; 03-Jul-2016 at 20:09.

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    Re: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    Please edit your post so that it contains full sentences, and ensure that every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with an appropriate punctuation mark.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    Ok, I did it.

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    Re: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    Quote Originally Posted by vogelvogelvogel3 View Post
    OK, I did it.
    You partly did it. There are still some incomplete sentences.

    Unfortunately, I still don't know what you are trying to say.

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    Re: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    I don't know, how you can't know what I mean.
    So I will describe every word:

    Bleeding - blood , do bleeding
    in the Harry Potter movie - bleedings in this movie
    improve - because, imagine , bleeding is smaller and we improve it and it is bigger.
    not correctly/noproperly

    It can't be says in easier words ...

    Bleeding in this movie improve not correctly.

    Don't think that doesn't suit to a movie or something
    I just need a sentence which is correct by gramma etc.

    Bleeding in .... improve not correctly

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    Re: Effect of bleeding in the movie "Harry Potter"

    Quote Originally Posted by vogelvogelvogel3 View Post
    I don't know, how you can't know what I mean.
    So I will describe every word:

    Bleeding - blood , do bleeding
    in the Harry Potter movie - bleedings in this movie
    improve - because, imagine , bleeding is smaller and we improve it and it is bigger.
    not correctly/noproperly

    It can't be says in easier words ...

    Bleeding in this movie improve not correctly.

    Don't think that doesn't suit to a movie or something
    I just need a sentence which is correct by gramma etc.

    Bleeding in .... improve not correctly
    We can't understand your English. Do you have a friend who is fluent in English and in your language? If you do, you can ask him or her to help write your question.
    I am not a teacher.

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