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I was watching a video about "How to Patch a Hole in a hollow core Door"
They guy explaning said these things:
1) So the alternative to using wood to fill this(the hole) up is.... blah blah (original)
So the alternative of using wood to fill it is ... blah blah (how I would have said it)
First, I woulda have used of instead of to, is this wrong? second why is it necessary to use the up, when you can just say fill this/it... or is this latter wrong?
2) Once you cut these caps off... (Original)
Once you cut the these caps... (what I would have said)
Again.. why the off? is it wrong if I say it this way?
3) Next, I'm gonna fill this in...blah blah (Original) (Here he's talking about fill the hole with some other material)
Next, I'm gonna fil the hole...blah blah (what I would have said)
4) I haven't found a great way to seal off the ends... (original) (Here he's talking about put the product on the hole)
I haven't found a great way to close the end/point (my way, is it wrong?)
5) We're gonna pop this off so we can.... (original) (talking about the "stick" stuck inside the door)
We are gonna get it out... (how I would' have said it)(is it wrong or incorrect?)
6) Other times it'll just dry up in the end... (original) (again, why to use up? why can't I just say "it'll just dry in the end")
Other times it'll just get dried in the end... (my version, is it wrong?)
Last edited by drop90; 17-Aug-2016 at 12:59.
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