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    Threw Up

    Dear friends!

    - yesterday she drank swimming pool water when swimming, and then she threw up a lot.

    - Is this grammatial?

    Thanks!

    Namsteven


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    Re: Threw Up

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven View Post
    Dear friends!

    - yesterday she drank swimming pool water when swimming, and then she threw up a lot.

    - Is this grammatical?

    Thanks!

    Namsteven
    Yup, it is, Namsteven. But using 'drank' tends to make it seem more like it was on purpose.

    Yesterday she took in swimming pool water when swimming, and then she threw up a lot.


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    Re: Threw Up

    Yesterday she swallowed swimming pool water when swimming, and then (she-omit) threw up a lot.

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