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    #1

    help me with this

    The man is known by his companY
    Bigen the sentence with (IT IS)
    I think by extraposition the sentence will be
    It is by his company a man known
    what do you think????

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    #2

    Re: help me with this

    Quote Originally Posted by SMARTEYES View Post
    The man is known by his companY
    Bigen the sentence with (IT IS)
    I think by extraposition the sentence will be
    It is by his company a man known
    what do you think????
    It is by his company that a man is known.

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    #3

    Re: help me with this

    Hi
    I think it could be:

    It is by his company a man is known.
    It is believed that a man is known by his company.

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    #4

    Re: help me with this

    Thank you for your aswer
    Can you correct this sentence for me
    Cangaroos use their powered and long tails when sitting upright or jumping .

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    #5

    Re: help me with this

    Here is one idea:

    Kangaroos use their long, powerful tails when sitting upright or jumping.

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