I wil send you a thumb drive with all the pictures inside.

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skydown13

Senior Member
Mandarin
My colleague is asking me for pictures, but the picture sizes are too big to transfer online.
So I decide to send him a thumb drive instead.

Can I say," I will send you a thumb drive with all the requested pictures inside."? Is it correct grammar?
 
  • sdgraham

    Senior Member
    USA English
    Grammatically, yes, but you don't need to say "inside," which not only is obvious, but not quite correct technically.

    We say data are on a thumb drive.
     

    skydown13

    Senior Member
    Mandarin
    So I just say, " I will send you a thumb drive with all the requested pictures"?
    How about, " I will send you a thumb drive with all the requested pictures on it"?
     
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