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"A grasshoper eats tree leaves" or " a grasshoper eats leaves". Do you think that we don't need to use the word "tree" for that sentence.

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Lan Tran

"A grasshopper eats tree leaves" or " a grasshopper eats leaves". Do you think that we don't need to use the word "tree" for that sentence.

Yes, I think that. Leave out "tree".

CJ

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Lan TranDo you think that we don't need to use the word "tree" for that sentence.

It depends.

John: "There sure are a lot of grasshoppers this year."

Jill: "Well, at least the trees are safe."

John: "What do you mean? A grasshopper eats tree leaves."