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    • Join Date: Feb 2007
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    #1

    with?

    my home was tiny. My bed was in the kitchen!

    Is it possible to write this sentence in this way:

    My home was tiny with my bed in the kitchen


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    • Join Date: Sep 2003
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    #2

    Re: with?

    It changes the meaning somewhat. It means, with my bed in the kitchen, my home, which is actually quite roomy, appeared tiny.

    Does that help?


    • Join Date: Feb 2007
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    #3

    Re: with?

    now it it clear. And it is also clear that I cannot change the sentence if I don't want to chenage its meaning!!!!!!!!
    I'll keep the first sentence. The meaning is: my home was tiny. SO tiny that there was no room for my bed, which was in the kitchen ('cause I didn't know, otherwise, where to place it)

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    #4

    Re: with?

    That sounds like my apartment.

    All the best.


    • Join Date: Feb 2007
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    #5

    Re: with?

    :-d :-d :-d :-d

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