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    in a compatible or harmonious way to carry out a picnic

    Suppose that you are planning a picnic for your friends. To make it happen, you need to think about the following things: good weather, enough money for different expenses, the required minimum number of participants, a picnic site not too far away from everyone's home, and so on.

    I would like to make up a sentence about the picnic.

    (ex) All these events need to combine in a compatible (or harmonious) way to carry out our picnic.

    (1) Does either adjective, compatible or harmonious, fit the sentence?

    (2) Is the idiom, "to carry out", correctly used in the sentence?

    Thank you very much for your help.

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    Re: in a compatible or harmonious way to carry out a picnic

    Is this homework?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: in a compatible or harmonious way to carry out a picnic

    No, it's not homework. I don't have the time and money to take any more English courses in school. I am working now because I have to deal with a lot of expenses. I am sorry to bother the forum members with my English questions. I understand what you mean. I will leave the forum permanently. Thank you for everyone's help.

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    Re: in a compatible or harmonious way to carry out a picnic

    We hope you don't leave the forum, brianbrian.

    Your questions do not bother us - we are here to respond to questions.

    However, we are here to help people like you who are here to learn more about English, not to help cheats. Some questions look as if they might be homework assignments, and we like to be sure that they are not.
    Last edited by Piscean; 20-Sep-2016 at 08:28.

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