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    Talking A little sentence

    Please correct the following with American, British, or Canadian-English.Thanks!And please explain why you make the correction .Thanks!

    It's still raining outside, but it's little rain now.

    There is still a little rain outside.

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    Re: A little sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by eelt View Post
    Please correct the following with American, British, or Canadian-English.Thanks!And please explain why you make the correction .Thanks!

    It's still raining outside, but it's little rain now.

    There is still a little rain outside.
    It's still raining, but just a little (now).

    You don't need "outside". And you don't really need "now", but you can use "now" if you want to emphasize the difference between earlier and now.
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    Talking Re: A little sentence

    Thank you very much, 2006.Have a nice night.

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