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Hi, ..


Can I say the following?

"I went to that resturant a number of times years ago, and my opinion of them is very positive in general, with the last visit was nothing short of amazing."


I didn't want to use being there as I wanted to keep it back in the past: back then it felt / was amazing, regardless of how it would've been deemed now.


Thanks in advance.

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Surfer"I went to that restaurant a number of times years ago, and my opinion of them it is very positive in general. with The last visit was nothing short of amazing.

See corrections. Why do you say "in general"? Did you have some negative or mediocre meals there?

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teechr.. restaurant ..

That was a typo. My bad.

teechr.. my opinion of them it is very ..

I can't understand the error here. When I said them I meant the folks who worked over there - I thought it would be implicitly understood. You think it doesn't work like that?

teechr.. in general. with The last ..

Not exactly per visit was I judging, no. But in my book, and talking criteria, they (almost) tick all the right boxes, and so they generally leave a positive impression, with the last visit them even outperforming themselves.

.. you think I should remove with and start a new sentence?



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SurferI can't understand the error here. When I said them I meant the folks who worked over there - I thought it would be implicitly understood. You think it doesn't work like that?

The reference is to the restaurant. "them" doesn't work.

Surfer.. you think I should remove with and start a new sentence?

Yes. Use what I suggested.

Thanks, appreciated.