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    fixing a few sentences with "flash"

    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to tell me your opinion concerning the following sentences?

    1.They flashed a signal to the crew.
    2.The driver flashed his lights at us.
    3.Then a brilliant idea flashed in my mind.
    4.Suddenly a thought flashed through my mind.
    5.His eyes flashed with anger.
    6.Mr. Koleda flashed an oriental smile at me.
    7.He came like a flash.
    8.It flashed upon me that it was just the thing.
    9.There wasn’t a flash of hope.
    10.News was flashed over the country that he was ill.
    11.Bring a flash-light, it’s pitch dark there.
    12.We were watchig the bird eat the crumbs; then I seezed, and he was gone in a flash.
    13.Oppressive weather comes and goes in a flash.
    14.Do you need to replace batteries in a Polaroid camera for the flash?
    15.He had died in a flash flood on the Little Colorado River.
    16.Cricket’s about consistency, not a flash in the pan.
    17.Top with breadcrumbs and cheese and flash under hot grill until browned and bubbling.
    18.There was a rare flash of hope on an increasingly gloomy horizon.
    19.720 Series Falsh cards are loaded with exam writing…

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V.

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    Re: fixing a few sentences with "flash"

    1.They flashed a signal to the crew.
    2.The driver flashed his lights at us.
    3.Then a brilliant idea flashed through my mind.
    4.Suddenly a thought flashed through my mind.
    5.His eyes flashed with anger.
    6.Mr. Koleda flashed an oriental smile at me.
    7.He came in like a flash.
    8.It dawned upon me that it was just the thing.
    9.There wasn’t a bit of hope.
    10.News flashed around the country that he was ill.
    11.Bring a flash-light, it’s pitch dark there.
    12.We were watchig the bird eat the crumbs; then I sneezed, and he was gone in a flash.
    13.Oppressive weather comes and goes in a flash. No it does not! It may do quickly (unlikely) or regularly or occasionally.........
    14.Do you need to replace batteries in a Polaroid camera for the flash?
    15.He had died in a flash flood on the Little Colorado River.
    16.Cricket’s about consistency, not a flash in the pan.
    17.Top with breadcrumbs and cheese and flash under hot grill until browned and bubbling.
    18.There was a rare flash of hope on an increasingly gloomy horizon.
    19.720 Series Flash cards are loaded with exam writing…

    I am curious, Vil, about the number of similar questions you have raised. Is there a general theme?
    Just a small point - do be careful with typos and spelling, I know you don't wish to make them.

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