A was calling E who was walking down the road in front of his house from the 1st floor.

Discussion in 'English Only' started by rituparnahoymoy, Nov 23, 2017.

  1. rituparnahoymoy Senior Member

    Assamese -India
    A person is walking by A's house . A lives on 1st floor. He is calling the person from the 1st floor.

    How would I describe this situation.

    A was calling E who was walking by A's house. Can I describe that A's house is on the 1st floor and B was walking below.

    Or

    I need to say, A was calling E who was walking down the road in front of his house from the 1st floor.



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    Last edited: Nov 23, 2017
  2. Florentia52

    Florentia52 Modwoman in the attic

    Wisconsin
    English - United States
    Which word or phrase are you asking about, rituparnahoymoy?
     
  3. rituparnahoymoy Senior Member

    Assamese -India
    Just want to know if the sentence makes any sense or not?
     
  4. Florentia52

    Florentia52 Modwoman in the attic

    Wisconsin
    English - United States
    You've given us a pair of sentences as your first option, and a different sentence as your second. All have problems. Which word or phrase, in which sentence, would you like to focus on in this thread?
     
  5. rituparnahoymoy Senior Member

    Assamese -India


    This one,

    I need to say, A was calling E who was walking down the road in front of his house from the 1st floor.
     

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