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    The countess hurried down the winding corridors

    I am wondering if my sentences are grammatically correct.

    The countess hurried down the winding corridors of the palace, her stilettos clacking against the marble floor. The count was in his death throes and called for her to tell her his last wish.
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    Re: The countess hurried down the winding corridors

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassim View Post
    I am wondering if my sentences are grammatically correct.

    The countess hurried down the winding corridors of the palace, her stilettos clacking against the marble floor. The count was in his death throes and called for her to tell her his last wish.
    I think you mean "tell him."

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    Re: The countess hurried down the winding corridors

    teechar,

    It was the count who called for the countess to tell her his last wish before his death. He is in his death throes and not she.

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