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i want to say the sunshine is strong

See example:

The sun trout out its splendid and baked the ground heavily.
asked Apr 25 '13 at 05:29 zheng yu New member

3 answers


Your sentence is close to being all right -- you just need to change a couple of things:


  1. "Trout" isn't the word you want. I'm not sure which word you're trying to say. "Trotted," maybe? That doesn't quite fit, either. The idiom "trot out" feels weak for something as powerful as the sun.
  2. "Splendid" is the adjective form; you want the noun form: "splendor."
  3. Using "heavily" here is correct grammar, but it doesn't quite match your metaphor of baking the ground. Maybe "mightily" would fit better?

Here's an edit:


The sun revealed its splendor and baked the ground mightily.

link comment answered Apr 25 '13 at 15:18 Actually Holly Expert

A trick is let the character tell you.


The sun was strong.

is not a good sentence to use:

Examples below,


Emerald leap up from the sand twice,


" My the sun is baking to day."


" It could be hot enough to fri an egg."

link comment answered Apr 25 '13 at 08:48 Danielle Krupa New member

Even James was shielded under the big tree, and drenched in gallons of water, it did not help to relieve his discomfort from the midday sun...the sweats from his face cascading like waterfall.

link comment answered Apr 25 '13 at 10:54 Calvin New member

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