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    #21

    Re: an effective method to improve your English level

    Quote Originally Posted by GoodTaste View Post
    "Perfectly fine" was were Tarheel's words and I quoted it them to show how questionable his point was. So I think "OK/correct/acceptable" is not a good choice there.
    They are better than 'fine' in that sentence.
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    #22

    Re: an effective method to improve your English level

    Quote Originally Posted by GoodTaste View Post
    "Perfectly fine" was were Tarheel's words and I quoted it them to show how questionable his point was. So I think "OK/correct/acceptable" is would not be a good choice there.
    That makes no difference. We still don't use them in the interrogative.

    [Edit: I hadn't noticed that Piscean had already made those corrections.]
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #23

    Re: an effective method to improve your English level

    Quote Originally Posted by GoodTaste View Post
    "Perfectly fine" was Tarheel's words and I quoted it to show how questionable I thought his point was. So I think "OK/correct/acceptable" is not a good choice there.
    As a learner, you don't know enough to state categorically that a native speaker's point is questionable. Don't do this in future posts.

    Thread closed.
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