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Hello! Could you please check the following sentence and help me rewrite it correctly? ''We've got some guests from Edinburg and tonight my family is really bad at putting them up as a guest in our house.
 Tonight my family is being very unwelcoming to our guests from Edinburgh.
  Or 'my family is not being very good hosts/host to them'
Is that okay AS?
 
HaddieIs that okay AS?
It sure is.
My family is not being a very good host to our guests.
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In honor of the victims, a holiday was 'announced' the next day. Is this sentence correct?
  Shouldn't it be the next day or the following day instead of tomorrow?
 
Haddie Shouldn't it be the next day or the...
Strictly speaking you have a point. However, I think that "tomorrow" would be accepted by all but the strictest of readers, all the more so because of the lack of any great formality in the sentence as a whole. ...
  Thank you for all your help GPY.
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Hello, What's the difference between these sentences and which one is the best?: 1. She was seen leaving the gym today in New York City 2. She was seen leaving the gym in New York City today 3. Today, she was seen leaving the gym in New York City
 What's the difference between these sentences and which one is the best?:
1. She was seen leaving the gym today in New York City In my opinion, the most common word order.
2. She was seen leaving the gym in New York City today Maybe the least ...
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Hi Is it possible to use common verbs as adjectives in colloquial English like this? With his improved health, he decided to...[instead of: Once his health improved...] With his aggravated asthma, John felt that... [instead of: When his asthma ...
 
Mr. TomIs it possible to use common verbs as...
Yes, but there is no fixed rule. Most often, the past participle is a pre-modifier but it can be a post-modifier.
Some participles are natural as modifiers, others are not. And some collocations are more natural than others.
With his health restored, he ...
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undesirable toxins OR undesired toxines? thanks
 Please post the whole sentence.
Anonymous thanks GPY
"The book speaks about a few undesirable toxins"
OR
"The book speaks about a few undesired toxins"
 
Anonymousthanks GPY"The book speaks about a...
"undesirable" seems the better choice.
I was going to question whether you really need to say "undesirable" (I mean, as opposed to what? Desirable toxins?) However, on balance I think it's OK. ...
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