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    Sweep

    Dear friends and Teachers,

    A. You must sweep the class before your professor comes.

    - Is this sentence grammatical?

    Thanks a million!

    NamSteven

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    Re: Sweep

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven View Post
    Dear friends and Teachers,

    A. You must sweep the class before your professor comes.

    - Is this sentence grammatical? It's not ungrammatical, but I don't know what you mean. Do you mean sweep the classroom floor or search or examine the classroom somehow?

    Thanks a million!

    NamSteven
    2006

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