correction of sentences

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wipe the dust from the table

asked Feb 06 '12 at 13:40 jyothik88 New member

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All this needs is punctuation:

 

"Wipe the dust from the table."

 

Your sentence has an unwritten subject ("You"), but that is proper.  It is a command.  The actor is the subject (both of which are the unwritten "you"), the action is to wipe.  You can either wipe dust from the table or wipe dust off of the table, although wiping dust off of the table is probably more appropriate (wiping dust from the table can technically mean that the dust you are wiping is dust that was once at, by, or in the table but is no longer there).

link comment answered Feb 07 '12 at 04:19 Rik Kluessendorf Contributor
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Wipe the dust off the table.

link comment answered Feb 06 '12 at 23:49 Linda Moore New member
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question is not clear.

please give some more information.

link comment answered Feb 06 '12 at 14:59 Rahul Gupta Expert
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You dust the table. That is enough? If it is dirty, you clean the table. But when you say you wipe the table you clean it by rubbing. you may also dry it by rubbing.. so your sentence does not tell the right action.

link comment answered Feb 06 '12 at 22:51 balahan New member
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Dear Ali Tahir,
                     you have paid us amount after cut sale tax from 1st july 2011 to 30 june 2012
                     so i have also paid sales tax so plz kindly pay us amount which sale tax amount you have cut in our bill.
                     and after 30 june 2012 you have paid us amount after cut sale tax so plz give us copy of sale tax amount slips.

           

link comment answered Dec 13 '12 at 09:25 kashan baba New member
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Which material your house will be made of?

link comment answered Feb 18 '13 at 15:51 Shabanabdullah New member
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link comment answered Mar 11 '13 at 05:55 saima New member

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