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    Smile Checking Sentences

    Should it be the word underlined or should it be the word after the sentences in parentheses. I think it is the word underlined.

    How well can you skate. (good)

    John can play the piano really well. (good)



    Thanks I am just making sure I am correct.

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    Re: Checking Sentences

    Absolutely! =)

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    Smile Re: Checking Sentences

    Thanks A Lot :-d:-d:-d:-d

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    Re: Checking Sentences

    Anytime! =) my pleasure, Alyssa.. =)

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    Re: Checking Sentences

    Your the best

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    Re: Checking Sentences

    You probably mean 'You're the best' instead of 'Your', right? I suppose that was a typo.

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    Re: Checking Sentences

    For the first sentence I would have said good and well for the second one.

    I'm French it is abviously for that.

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    Re: Checking Sentences

    Uhm, you probably mean 'obviously'?

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    #9

    Re: Checking Sentences

    Yes

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