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    Talking Led get burned!

    Hi!How's everyone! Could anyone whose first language is English please help correct the following sentences and please explain why? Thanks.

    1.Th Led is easily to get burned.
    2. The Led is easily burned.
    3. I don't want my Led to get burned.
    4.I don't want my Led burned.


    Sincerely

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    Re: Led get burned!

    Quote Originally Posted by eelt View Post
    Hi!How's everyone! Could anyone whose first language is English please help correct the following sentences and please explain why? Thanks.

    1.Th Led is easily to get burned.
    2. The Led is easily burned.
    3. I don't want my Led to get burned.
    4.I don't want my Led burned.


    Sincerely
    1. The LED gets burnt easily.
    2. wrong
    3. I don't want my LED to get burnt.
    4. I don't want my LED burnt.


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    Talking Re: Led get burned!

    Can I say:
    The Led is easy to get burnt.



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    Re: Led get burned!

    Quote Originally Posted by eelt View Post
    Can I say:
    The Led is easy to get burnt.

    The Led burns easily.
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    Re: Led get burned!

    Quote Originally Posted by eelt View Post
    Hi!How's everyone! Could anyone whose first language is English please help correct the following sentences and please explain why? Thanks.

    1.Th Led is easily to get burned.
    2. The Led is easily burned.
    3. I don't want my Led to get burned.
    4.I don't want my Led burned.


    Sincerely
    What does "Led" mean, Eelt?

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    Re: Led get burned!

    Quote Originally Posted by eelt View Post
    Hi!How's everyone! Could anyone whose first language is English please help correct the following sentences and please explain why? Thanks.

    1.Th Led is easily to get burned.
    2. The Led is easily burned.
    3. I don't want my Led to get burned.
    4.I don't want my Led burned.


    Sincerely
    I don't see anything wrong with "The Led is easily burned."
    The first sentence though is not an English sentence. (You could morph it into the second one.)


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    Re: Led get burned!

    Quote Originally Posted by eelt View Post
    Can I say:
    The Led is easy to get burnt.


    No.


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    Quote Originally Posted by riverkid View Post
    What does "Led" mean, Eelt?
    Ha!Ha! Sorry I might have to capitalize "LED".It stands for "Light-emitting Diode."

    Sincerely


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    Talking Re: Led get burned!

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    I don't see anything wrong with "The Led is easily burned." The first sentence though is not an English sentence. (You could morph it into the second one.)

    Thank you very much .Ronbee.
    Thanks for your instructions.

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    Re: Led get burned!

    Quote Originally Posted by eelt View Post

    Ha!Ha! Sorry I might have to capitalize "LED".It stands for "Light-emitting Diode."

    Sincerely
    Yes, it usually is spelled in all caps.

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