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Allen: Who knows the password for the computer.

Jackson: Dean probably knows.

Max: I wouldn’t be surprised if Rio knew.

allen: oh, ok.


correct conversation?

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That is all fine except for a punctuation error (missing question mark) and capitalisation errors in the last line.

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Who knows the password for the Computer.

Sir, is it ok if we write "password of the computer."

Thank you.

cat navy 425Sir, is it ok if we use "password of the computer."

"for" is more natural to me.

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That is all fine except for a punctuation error (missing question mark) and capitalisation errors in the last line.

Thank you for your reply, Sir. So the sentence, “I wouldn’t be surprised if Rio knew.” is used be by Max to show that he is not sure if Rio knows the password correct?

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That is all fine except for a punctuation error (missing question mark) and capitalisation errors in the last line.

Can I also say this?

Allen: Who knows the password for the computer.

Jackson: Dean probably knows.

Max: I won’t be surprised if Rio knows.

Allen: Oh, ok.

anonymousCan I also say this?
Allen: Who knows the password for the computer.
Jackson: Dean probably knows.
Max: I won’t be surprised if Rio knows.
Allen: Oh, ok.

Please check first that the mistakes that I pointed out in the first version have not been perpetuated in the second.

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anonymousCan I also say this?
Allen: Who knows the password for the computer.
Jackson: Dean probably knows.
Max: I won’t be surprised if Rio knows.
Allen: Oh, ok.

Please check first that the mistakes that I pointed out in the first version have not been perpetuated in the second.

Can I also say this?

Allen: Who knows the password for the computer?

Jackson: Dean probably knows.

Max: I won’t be surprised if Rio knows.

Allen: Oh, ok.

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