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    sulk,grammar,bigtop

    hello teachers, hope you can help me out with these questions.

    1. Is it possible to say ' I can't sulk against you as I hold you dearly '?

    2. Is this sentence grammatically correct? 'If your love DON'T pass the test' Mind to explain why if yes?

    3. I wonder if the word 'bigtop' is common among native speakers?

    Thanks.


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    Re: sulk,grammar,bigtop

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello teachers, hope you can help me out with these questions.

    1. Is it possible to say ' I can't sulk against you as I hold you dearly '? Not really. "I can't sulk as I love you dearly".

    2. Is this sentence grammatically correct? 'If your love DON'T pass the test' Mind to explain why if yes? If your love doesn't pass....

    3. I wonder if the word 'bigtop' is common among native speakers? What context? A big top is usually the tent in which circuses perform.

    Thanks.
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