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  1. #1

    Question which one is correct?

    Hi,

    Which one is correct?

    1-I just saw her photos on Halloween as she went trick and treading in her Scooby Doo costume.

    or

    2-I just saw her photos on Halloween as she was going trick and treading in her Scooby Doo costume.

    Thanks
    Last edited by behnaazzz_f63; 08-Nov-2006 at 20:26.


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    Re: which one is correct?

    A bit confusing - is "she" going trick or treating -nb spelling! -, dressed in a Scooby Doo costume, or is there a "he" going trick or treating, who was photographed by "she"?

    It affects the response to your question.

  2. #3

    Re: which one is correct?

    1-I just saw her photos on Halloween as she went trick and treading in her Scooby Doo costume.

    2-I just saw her photos on Halloween as she was going trick and treading in her Scooby Doo costume.

    3-I just saw her photos on Halloween going trick and treading in her Scooby Doo costume.

    which one is correct to say?Is there any better way to say this?

    Thanks

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