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    rephrase

    Hi,
    Imagine B was invited to a bash and he ate a lot of stuff at the party.
    The next morning,he felt sick and vomited the whole food that went into his stomach.
    He rang his friend, A.
    A asked 'What happened?What did you eat last night'?
    B replied 'I don't know, maybe 'I ATE THE WRONG STUFF'.

    Could anyone help me with the phrase in capital,please.

    thanks.

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    Re: rephrase

    "I ate the wrong stuff" is fine. You could also say: "I ate too much."



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    Re: rephrase

    You can also say:

    "I ate something that disagreed with me."

    or

    "Something that I ate disagreed with me."

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