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Sep 27, 2006
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English Teacher
Hi there,

I’m not sure if these sentences are quite right and I would appreciate if someone could help me.

The article was published on Thursday the 27th of May 2007
The church has criticised this book because the plot is a bit transgressor with some religious ideas
I couldn’t find the book neither in the bookshop, nor in the library, and now I’m looking for more options.
I’m working in an English project about the English spoken in India
He drinks a lot and he feels very lost
You can phone me in this number: 256978


Clare James

Nov 26, 2007
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For your second sentence, not 'transgressor' but maybe 'transgressive' (though subversive might be better.)

In your third sentence, you've used a double negative form, which doesn't work in English. (Try either /or.)

In your fourth sentence, you work on a project about the kind (or type) of English spoken...

In your fifth sentence, you phone someone on a number.
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