Say in a full answer

Viktoriya1990

New Member
Russian
Hello! Can I say "Say in a full answer? "? For example, if someone answered with one word, can I say this? I know that we can say " Answer in a full sentence ", but is the phrase " Say in a full answer" possible? Thank you in advance!
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    For example, if someone answered with one word, can I say this? I know that we can say " Answer in a full sentence ", but is the phrase " Say in a full answer" possible?
    That sounds somewhat confusing to me, Viktoriya.* I think that you would do well to stick with something like Answer in complete sentences/a complete sentence.

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    I am not sure how long a full answer is supposed to be. Should it be one sentence long? Should it be a short paragraph long?
     

    Viktoriya1990

    New Member
    Russian
    That sounds somewhat confusing to me, Viktoriya.* I think that you would do well to stick with something like Answer in complete sentences/a complete sentence.

    *
    I am not sure how long a full answer is supposed to be. Should it be one sentence long? Should it be a short paragraph long?
    Thanks a lot!
     

    Chasint

    Senior Member
    English - England
    You do not need "say" and "answer" in the same sentence. The correct way to write "Say in a full answer" is

    Answer in full

    or

    Answer in full sentences
     
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