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benein

Senior Member
Korean
Dear friends! :)


I have a question! I saw the [Original sentence] in my text book.

[Original sentence]

John is going back east to finish his current project a movie that starring Mary.




Is it correct grammatically? I think it should be like two sentences below.

[My sentence - 1]
John is going back east to finish his current project, a movie that is starring Mary.

[My sentence - 2]
John is going back east to finish his current project, a movie starring Mary.


Am I right?
 
  • Parla

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    Is it correct grammatically? I think it should be like one of the two sentences below.

    John is going back east to finish his current project, a movie that is starring stars Mary. :tick:

    John is going back east to finish his current project, a movie starring Mary. :tick:
    You're right about that textbook (one word); get yourself a new one!

    P.S.: PLEASE do not insert oversize fonts into your posts; that makes your messages very difficult to read. A change to boldface or color is sufficient for emphasis.
     
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    benein

    Senior Member
    Korean
    Thank you Parla for correcting me! :D

    It really helps me!

    If you wouldn't tell me, I wouldn't have realized it!


    Also, thank you for giving me an advice!

    I thought it would help readers but it turns out it is not! I won't do it again:)


    Have a good day Parla!
     

    benein

    Senior Member
    Korean
    It isn't an exercise in correction!
    It is a question to answer..! :D
    (I don't know but it is funny..)

    I'm also starting not to trust this book. :)


    Have a good day Egmont!
     
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