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    The man has blown the castle over.

    In the picture below, the man sneezed and made the paper castle collapsed.

    How do I use a proper phrase with "blow" to describe that?

    Could I say "the man has blown the castle over"?

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    Re: The man has blown the castle over.

    The man sneezed, blowing down the card house.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: The man has blown the castle over.

    Quote Originally Posted by lagoo View Post
    In the picture below, the man sneezed and made the paper castle collapse.

    How do I use a proper phrase with "blow" to describe that?

    Could I say "the man has blown the castle over"?
    You can use "card castle" if you want.

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