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1. He painted food for hungry people.
2. He painted food for the hungry.

(Are both the same?)

3. In China, there lived a poor boy who loved to paint(,) and whose name was Ma Liang.
(Is this sentence grammatical? Do we have to use 'comma' before 'and' or not?)

  • English -

    You have used the wrong verb -- "painted." Please check to see which word you really want.

    3 is correct. You don't need any commas in that sentence.

  • English -

    With a magic paintbrush, he painted food. (folktale)

  • English -

    Ohh. OK.

    Both of those sentences are correct, then.

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