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    Using enshroud

    1. As I didn’t have bedding and blanket, I enshrouded plastic sack in the nights of those winters.

    2. Days passed, and summer season came along with my first year examinations.

    Are above sentences correct ?
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 15-Jun-2019 at 07:20. Reason: see post #3

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    Re: Using enshroud

    Quote Originally Posted by ssgsakg View Post
    I enshrouded plastic sack in the nights of those winters.
    Do you mean "I wrapped myself in plastic sacks during the winter nights"?

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    Re: Using enshroud

    ssgsakg, please start a new thread, with its own title, for your unrelated second sentence.

    Your question should have read

    Are the above sentences correct?
    (with no space before the question mark).

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    Re: Using enshroud

    The first doesn't make sense at all, and the second needs work on things like articles.

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