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    Noblesse type one

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    Sorrento is a car which I want to buy. Itís made by Kia. Itís a five-seat SUV car. The color is blue and the price is about 35,000,000 won.
    It is way too expensive. Iím considering buying a Noblesse type one with full options. The seat color is brown, which I like, and the inside/interior of car is quite wide/spacious. The car has many options, and one of my favorite options is the Sunroof type.

    If any of the underlined parts is wrong, please correct it.

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    Re: Noblesse type one

    Perhaps:

    I want to buy a Kia Sorrento, a five seat SUV. It is blue and costs about 30,000 won. It is way too expensive. I'm considering buying a Noblesse with full options. The seats are brown, which I like, and the interior is spacious. The car has many options, and one of my favorites is the sunroof.

    You could also say roomy.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 10-Dec-2019 at 15:25. Reason: Fixed typo
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    Re: Noblesse type one

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarheel View Post
    Perhaps:

    I want to buy a Kia Sorrento, a five seat SUV. it is blue and costs about 30,000 won. It is way too expensive. I'm considering buying a Noblesse with full options. The seats are brown, which I like, and the interior is spacious. The car has many options, and one of my favorites is the sunroof.

    You could also say roomy.
    Why doesn't "wide" work"? Does it only mean "width-wide length"?

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    Re: Noblesse type one

    We don't say wide to mean roomy. (Please don't ask me why that is, because I don't know.)
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    Re: Noblesse type one

    "Roomy" refers to the entire three-dimensional space. It's probably long, wide and high. Note that "width-wide length" doesn't make any sense. "wide/width" don't refer to length in any way.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #6

    Re: Noblesse type one

    Ems is much smarter than me.
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