is there an error in these two sentences

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They're intimidating animals to see in the wild.     Scary dogs that sound as they're laughing when they bark.

asked Nov 19 '13 at 17:46 Kim New member

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While I cannot pinpoint a grammar error in the first snetence, "to see" sounds a bit awkward. It would read better as "In the wild, these animals appear intimidating." 

 

The second sentence is not complete, so I suggest ending the previous sentence with a colon and using lower-case "s" in "scary." Also, "sound as" needs to be revised as "sound like" or "sound as though."

 

Hope this helps!

link comment answered Nov 20 '13 at 07:24 Joyce F Contributor
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They're intimidating animals to see in the wild. (NO GRAMMER ERRORS)Scary dogs that sound as they're laughing when they bark. (GRAMAR EROORS, Also, they are scary dogs......)

link comment answered Mar 20 at 16:36 MidnightWriter213413 Contributor

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