He is hungry but <he><is> not thirsty.

Flying Colors

Member
Russian
Hello!

Can you tell me, please, which of them is/are right?

He is hungry but he is not thirsty.
He is hungry but is not thirsty.
He is hungry but not thirsty.

Thank you very much in advance.

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  • Flying Colors

    Member
    Russian
    I am asking because I don't know.
    I can suppose that the 1st version is right - He is hungry but he is not thirsty.
    Concerning the last 2 - no idea.
     

    Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    The first one is fine, though most of us would put a comma after "hungry." The third one is also fine. The second one is acceptable.
     
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