Are they both possible? Where to place too much? 1. They are too much influenced by the images their friends have of their future. 2. They are influenced too much by the images their friends have of their future.
teacherJapanAre they both possible?Yes, but the first one has the more unusual word order.
teacherJapanWhere to place too much?If it were my choice, I would do it as in 2.
You can do 1 without "much", however. Just write "too influenced".
|teacherJapan I see! I'll stick to No.2 as you suggested:-) Thank you very much:) |
"Had he discovered mes goøts and Lolita's status, it would have interested him only insofar as throwing some light on the simplicity of my attitude towards him, which attitude was as free of polite strain as it was of ribald allusions."
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AnonymousCan you explain a bit more?Please answer my question first.
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AnonymousCan you explain a bit more? Sentence...Had he discovered mes goûts and Lolita's status, it would have interested him only insofar as throwing some light on the simplicity of my attitude towards him, which attitude was as free of polite strain as it was of ribald allusions.
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Dear all: Please help me understand the meaning of the word combination in the subject line. The full quotation is this: "I crowded close to the guard rope, and when the others slept, I attracted the attention of Godoso who was doing the first ...
|Anonymous That sounds very plausible! Thank you for your opinion, GPY!|
|Anonymous AlpheccaStars, thank you very much as well.|
I've just checked the remainder of the chapter, and it seems that your suggestions are quite right.
Thank you all!
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|AlpheccaStars 1. I didn’t expect that the policeman would be so impolite. |
Situation: You had a broken tail light and a policeman flashed his lights and pulled you over. He yelled at you to get out of the car and raise your hands. He frisked you, gave you a ...
Vadim KateninI didn’t expect With the verb "expect" the infinitive sounds more idiomatic to my ear.
that the policeman would to be so impolite.
We didn't expect the package to arrive so early.
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Robert expects his friends from Montana to visit him in October.
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