Only if you include 'A' at the beginning of the sentence.SO my sentence is correct?
A dust particle has entered my eye and I have to get it out.what about enter can it be used in place of gone in eye?
And how would you know it was "dust"? I've had an errant eyelash get in my eye. I could not determine what it was until it was removed.I would say, I've got some dust in my eye and I need to get it out.
Take note of this.But
willwould a native English speaker say:
Something has gone into my eye.
and use it. Don't use anything else.Colloquially we (USA) usually say, "I've got something in my eye". I've never heard it phrased any other way.