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  1. Newbie
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    rain-weather

    1.there is nobady never meet rain-weather on earth.
    2.nobady has never meet rain-weather on earth.
    3.everyone has meet the rain-weather on earth

    Can someone tell me which one is correct or which one is better?

    Should I put "the" between "on" and "earth"?
    Thank You!

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    Re: rain-weather

    Ramon, I'm not sure what the sentence is trying to say. What is "rain-weather" and is it something that someone would "meet"?

    Quote Originally Posted by ramon View Post
    1.there is nobady never meet rain-weather on earth.
    2.nobady has never meet rain-weather on earth.
    3.everyone has meet the rain-weather on earth

    Can someone tell me which one is correct or which one is better?

    Should I put "the" between "on" and "earth"?
    Thank You!
    Do you mean this?
    There is no one on Earth who has not encountered rain.
    Everyone on Earth has encountered rain.

    {not a teacher}

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    Smile Re: rain-weather

    Dear Barb_D,
    Thank you for your explain,
    I mean the "rain-weather" is what the weather like.
    and I totaly useing the wrong verb of "meet" , it should be "encounter"
    Thanks a lot


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    Re: rain-weather

    I think I understand.


    1.There is nobody who has ever encountered rainy weather on earth.

    2. Nobody has ever encountered rainy weather on earth.

    3. Everyone has encountered the rainy weather on earth.

    I hope this helps.

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