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Already in Spain, Liz and Maria, visited ( El Museo del Prado), and walked to see the beautiful architecture.

I will like to hear how the sentence above can sound better.

Thank you,

Ana

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Already in Spain, liz and Maria, visited ), and then went for a walk to see the beautiful architecture.
asked Mar 08 '12 at 00:55 Ana M Pena New member

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Already in Spain, Liz and Maria, visited, and then went for a walk to see the beautiful architecture.

 

It's redundant, meaning repetitive.  ;-)  visited and then went for a walk?  Unless you mean "visited with each other."

 

Try this:  "Already in Spain, Liz and Maria chatted and then went for a walk to see the beautiful architecture."

 

or, slightly more concise:  "Already in Spain, Liz and Maria met then walked to see the beautiful architecture."

link comment answered Mar 08 '12 at 01:56 Erik Czerwin Contributor

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