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Hi,

Could you please comment this sentences for me?


I don't see [ smoke / smoking ] for your exhaust pipe. (Both words are possible and correct)


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eg I don't see smoke coming out of your exhaust pipe / tailpipe.

Clive

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Mr Clive,

Am I correct in these sentences?


Law forbids smoke in the building. (Smoke is a noun here?)

Law forbids it in the building.


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John Aki

Sorry to bother you one more,


I quit [ smoke (noun) / smoking (Verb) ] long ago. (Both are correct?)


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The law forbids smoking in the building. You need the gerund smoking,

It is illegal to smoke in the building.

Smoking is illegal in this building.

Smoking indoors is illegal.

Clive

Thanks Mr Clive


John Aki