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    A car hit the motorbike at full speed

    I am not sure if my sentences are grammatically correct. Would you please correct my mistakes?


    A car hit the motorbike at full speed from behind, propelling the rider into the air about a dozen meters in front of the stunned passersby. The man picked himself up, shaken but miraculously unhurt.

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    Re: A car hit the motorbike at full speed

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