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    #1

    Help!!

    I found this sentence in scripts of English book, but i don't understand
    the meaning of it.

    -> Did you say Garfield Elementry?

    Yes, where those kids in the accident went to school.

    Is this sentence grammatically correct?


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    #2

    Re: Help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyby View Post
    I found this sentence in scripts of English book, but i don't understand
    the meaning of it.

    -> Did you say Garfield Elementry?

    Yes, where those kids in the accident went to school.

    Is this sentence grammatically correct?
    Well, it's perfectly acceptable. It's an example of how in English you often leave out the beginning of a sentence:

    Did you say Garfield Elementry?

    Yes, that's the place where those kids in the accident went to school.


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    #3

    Re: Help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by naomimalan View Post
    Well, it's perfectly acceptable. It's an example of how in English you often leave out the beginning of a sentence:

    Did you say Garfield Elementry?

    Yes, that's the place where those kids [who were] in the accident went to school.

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