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    #1

    I didn't know the car coming

    Hello, teachers. I have a question.

    I didn't know the car was coming.

    -> Is it grammatically wrong to say "I didn't know the car coming." instead?

    Thank you in advance!

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    #2

    Re: I didn't know the car coming

    Yes.

    You can say 'I didn't hear the car coming'.

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