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    are these sentences correct?

    dear teachers,
    i would like to know whether these sentences are correct.

    we had to write the meanings of these words and also make sentences with them.:

    1. malice: we must not behave with malice towards others.

    2. thronged: the market was thronged with people.

    i would like you to please help me with the corrections and also the reasons as to why the above sentences are incorrect.

    thankyou
    md650

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    Re: are these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by md650 View Post
    dear teachers,
    i would like to know whether these sentences are correct.

    we had to write the meanings of these words and also make sentences with them.:

    1. malice: we must not behave with malice towards others.

    2. thronged: the market was thronged with people.

    i would like you to please help me with the corrections and also the reasons as to why the above sentences are incorrect.

    thankyou
    md650
    Both your sentences are correct.
    You might like to consider posting such topics in "Ask a teacher" forum, which deals with general questions like this.

  3. #3

    Re: are these sentences correct?

    I think the first one is correct. As for the second one, I think that it would be closer to "the thronged market" rather than "the market was thronged."

    I'm not an English teacher, so take what they say over what I say!

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    Re: are these sentences correct?

    1. malice: We must not behave with malice towards others.

    2. thronged: The market was thronged with people.

    They are both correct, but you should capitalise as above.

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