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    Question correct this sentences as soon as possible

    I was unable to hear what you were saying in your speech.
    Can you repair my watch until Monday?
    Neither is he coming nor his wife
    If you absent from college your name is like to be strike of the roles
    Who is accompanying you to the library yesterday?

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    Re: correct this sentences as soon as possible

    Quote Originally Posted by mahesh_369in2003 View Post
    1. I was unable to hear what you were saying in your speech.
    2. Can you repair my watch until Monday?
    3. Neither is he coming nor his wife
    4. If you absent from college your name is like to be strike of the roles
    5. Who is accompanying you to the library yesterday?
    1. That is acceptable. You could also say "hear what you said in your speech".

    2. by Monday

    3. Neither he nor his wife is coming.

    4. If you are absent from college, your name is likely to be removed from the rolls.

    5. "to the library..... (anything but a past reference) today, tomorrow, next week, etc.

    or

    Who accompanied you to the library yesterday?

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    Re: correct this sentences as soon as possible

    I agree with Mike, but with the fourth one, "If you are absent from class" seems more likely.

    ~R

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    Re: correct this sentences as soon as possible

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    I agree with Mike, but with the fourth one, "If you are absent from class" seems more likely.

    ~R
    I agree, but I wasn't sure that was what was intended.

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