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Kotecha
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Sentence Formation

Post by Kotecha » Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:19 pm

Hello,

Will you please tell me whether the following sentences are correct or not?

1. How much distance is covered by their running?

2. How much depth is covered by his swimming?

Thank you

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Joe
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Re: Sentence Formation

Post by Joe » Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:24 pm

1. How much distance is covered by their running? :nok:

2. How much depth is covered by his swimming? :nok:

They are not correct, and I don't understand them. So I can't really tell you the "correct" version.

What are you trying to say? How far do they run? How deep does he dive?
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