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Hi there,

Can you check for me if these sentences are making any sense in general English, please?


I have screwed/bolted the two pieces together.

I have bolted the wheels on the car.

I have fastened/tightened the wheels on the car.


Thanks in advance.

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John Aki

Hi there,

Can you check for me if these sentences are making any sense in general English, please?


I have screwed/bolted the two pieces together.

I have bolted the wheels to the car.

I have fastened/tightened the wheels on the car.


Thanks in advance.

Yes, but I am not a mechanic, so cannot attest to the naturalness of the sentences.

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It won't tighten/fasten due to the thread is broken.

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John Aki

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It won't tighten/fasten because the thread is broken.

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As amended. But this is what I would say:

The threads have been stripped. That's why it won't tighten.

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