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    #1

    I watched a video (28 words)

    Hi.

    The original thread is here.

    The following sentence is our teacher emsr2d2's version, which is perfect. I already wrote it down in my notebook.

    Today, the media said that there's been a breakthrough with a potential coronavirus vaccine. All the tested volunteers have antibodies now and they are healthy.
    I later recalled that I didn't hear the news from the media, but heard it when I was watching some short videos in an App. So I need to change this sentence to the factually correct version. And please take a look at it.

    Today, I watched a video saying that there's been a breakthrough with a potential coronavirus vaccine and all the tested volunteers have antibodies now and they are healthy.
    Is my new italic version natural and grammatical?

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    #2

    Re: I watched a video (28 words)

    It's OK. You can optionally add "that" after the first "and" and (also optionally) omit "they".

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