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Hello everyone. I have a question about this sentence below. Could you tell me if its a right word order or not?

This restaurant was a little bit of Korea brought into a very English town

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fox 6143Could you tell me if its a right word order or not?

Could you tell me whether the word order is right or not?

fox 6143This restaurant was a little bit of Korea brought into a very English town

It's good, but it needs a full stop. To omit the stop is a glaring error in English. The blank spot where it should be is like a blinking neon sign saying "ARE WE DONE HERE OR WHAT?"

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fox 6143This restaurant was a little bit of Korea brought into a very English town.

Fine as shown.

Or even

The restaurant was a little taste of Korea brought into a very English town.

CJ

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I don't think your sentence would be clear for others.

I'd say:

This restaurant's design looks very Korean, as if it were brought from Korea to an English town.

or

This restaurant's design makes me feel as if it were a Korean restaurant that built on the depth of a an English town.


Don't depend on my sentence, wait for the teachers' correction.

anonymousI don't think your sentence would be clear for others.

Your attempts are not natural and are wordy. The original is much better.

anonymousThis restaurant's design looks very Korean, as if it were brought from Korea to an English town.

This restaurant's design looks very Korean, as if it had been brought from Korea to an English town. (This leaves aside the food, and the original encompasses it.)

anonymousThis restaurant's design makes me feel as if it were a Korean restaurant that built on the depth of a an English town.

This does not make sense. "That built on the depth of" is not idiomatic.

No offense meant. I just thought you might like to know.

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 CalifJim's reply was promoted to an answer.

I'd like to know, of course! I'm not a teacher, I'd like to learn.

Feel free to correct whatever mistakes in my English, I TRULY appreciate it this time and every time.

Thank you