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Is this sentence correct, using in terms of in this sentence? Would you have said the sentence differently? I would like to check out the town center but that's it in terms of sightseeing. Thanks
Anonymous Is this sentence correct, using in...but that's it in terms of sightseeing. ThanksOften times, learners may have posted awkwardly constructed sentences here which are grammatically correct. This particular sentence is a simple concept. Using "in terms of ", it projects a connotation of something more involved or complicated. ...
|Blue Jay |
Anonymousthat's it in terms of sightseeing.This is a phrase I might well use myself.
|Blue Jay |
grammarfreak However, from a semantic...The meaning of the sentence is I'd like to check out the town center, but I am not interested in doing any other sightseeing. If you are familiar with the expression the meaning is not unclear. ...
it was a great period in my life , it was like a transferring point in my life i can say that those five months were the greatest period i lived because i discovered new places , i had a lot of fun , i traveled to many places , i knew many people ...
|GPY Here are three problems. Perhaps you could try fixing these first:|
1. You need to organise the text into proper sentences, each one starting with a capital letter and ending with a full stop. At the moment the whole passage is one huge run-on ...
|Mohamed Rezkea Oh Thank you for your reply !|
now i edited it !!
It was a great period in my life, it was like a transferring point in my life.
I can say that those five months were the greatest period I lived because I discovered new places, I had a lot of fun, I ...
|GPY That looks much better. A couple more points:|
1. You should not put line breaks at the end of each sentence within a paragraph.
2. The first sentence is a comma splice (two independent clauses joined only by a comma, without a suitable conjunction). ...
|Clive Here are two small examples to show you the basic idea.|
eg Tom has a licensing business. This means Tom sells people licenses.
eg Tom has a licensed business. This means someone sold Tom a license to start his business.
|Square Thank you for the nice example.|
I understood the difference from your example. However, the noun "category" is not the same as "business" and that is confusing.
Does "licensed categories" ever exist?
|Clive licensing categories I assume this means that you can go to GBG and buy a license |
eg to sell Warner Brothers apparel
eg to sell Warner Brothers toys
eg to sell Warner Brothers novelties
'Category' just means 'a group of related products'.
I suppose it ...
|Blue Jay It means that her swimsuit makes her appear even more shapely than usual. |
Isn't her figure treated as a precious asset?
|Blue Jay An asset is something valuable, or something which makes something more valuable. There is some sense of this here, but in a context like this a reference to a woman's assets is a way of saying that she has a sexy body without actually saying, ...|
MY TREASURED FRIENDS.... Though miles may lie between us, we are never apart, for friendship never count miles, it's measured by the heart. Nothing warms the heart like an old friend. Any time you have a chance to meet old friends, greet them ...
|sandy sandyjr wow I like this one ...."Though miles may lie between us, we are never apart, for friendship never count miles"...........you know I too have something to share like this .........when friends fight each other; good friends forgive each-other ...|
|mitthi wow its great i really love it |
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