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one question, is this grammatically correct

1 Based on what the deceased person looks like, we'll know when he died, hence finding out how long he's been dead for

Is BASED the right word, or would you use a different word, and is the sentence correct?
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one more thing

could this be said

1 He was able to tell the victims time of death based on the bodies condition

2 He was able to tell the victims time of death from the bodies condition

3 .... by taking a look at the bodies condition

thank you
can someone take a quick look at this please?
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Hi,

one question, is this grammatically correct It's OK, typical of the kind of thing we say in casual speech.

But the last part seems redundant.Emotion: smile

1 Based on what the deceased person looks like, we'll know when he died, hence finding out how long he's been dead for

Is BASED the right word, It's OK.

or would you use a different word, and is the sentence correct?

Clive
Hi,

one more thing



could this be said



1 He was able to tell the victims time of death based on the bodies condition

2 He was able to tell the victims time of death from the bodies condition

3 .. by taking a look at the bodies condition



thank you

Here's the deal.

I'll comment if you first add capitals and punctuation (including apostrophes).

You don't seem to understand that the lack of these things make all these sentences wrong.Emotion: crying

Best wishes, Clive
Sorry

1 He was able to tell the victims time of death, based on the bodies condition.

2 He was able to tell the victims time of death from the bodies condition.

3 .. by taking a look at the bodies condition.
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Hi,

How many victims were there? One or more than one? You need to indicate that by apostrophes.

'Bodies' also needs an apostrophe.

Can you try to add them,or do you need help?

Best wishes, Clive