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    #1

    She freed her hand from my grip.

    Anna somehow freed her hand from Tom's grip.

    Anna somehow freed her hand from Tom's hold.

    She freed her hand from my grip.

    She freed her hand from my hold.

    Please check.

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    #2

    Re: She freed her hand from my grip.

    As so often happens, tufguy, seven of the first ten threads in the 'Ask a Teacher' section had been started by you. Could you not space out your questions so that others can get a look-in?

    This has been suggested before, with little change. Perhaps the mods could give you a dedicated sub-forum to clear the main forum, as it seems unlikely that this will end.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 06-Jan-2017 at 17:20.

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    #3

    Re: She freed her hand from my grip.

    They're OK. I prefer grip.

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    Re: She freed her hand from my grip.

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    As so often happens, tufguy, seven of the first ten threads in the 'Ask a Teacher' section had been started by you. Could you not space out your questions so that others can get a look-in?

    This has been suggested before, with little change. Perhaps the mods could give you a dedicated sub-forum to clear the main forum, as it seems unlikely that this will end.
    Sorry guru ji (A hindi word for a teacher or path shower) I do not want to make you angry. I just don't know what to write but I love lifting, eating, playing video games and learning English. I have always liked this language. So that is why it is happening and I don't like Indian English (dialects). Sorry for posting many questions at once. I apologise sorry teachers.

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