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    • Join Date: Sep 2007
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    Question Are these sentences correct?

    Hello, i am not quite sure if the following sentence is correct. I need it for a song lyrics.

    1. I am desperate to go there (to the moon), I need to go there soon

    2. Zone out with me, in dry vicinity or

    Zone out with me, to a dry vicinity ?

    Thank you very much. I have just registered and I am happy I found this lovlely forum.

    Jalady


    • Join Date: Sep 2007
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    Re: Are these sentences correct?

    1. Your use of a comma is improper. It's called a comma splice, which basically means that you've used a comma when connecting two indepentent clauses. Instead of a comma, try a semi-colon if the two sentences are closely linked, otherwise use a period.

    2. Zone out with me, to a dry vicinity. I believe is the more appropriate way of putting it.

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