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How would you correct this sentences?
It should have been a day just like other days.A usual day

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    I have couple more sentences:

    when we heard unusually dog barking. Can we better say when we heard unusual dog barking or unusual barking of a dog.

    do we say the dog was barking crazy or like a crazy?

    He was trying to explain us something or to us something?

    car was empty of gas - Is there a better solution?

    We spent the afternoon at the beach or on the beach?

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    It should have been a day just like any other day -- a usual day.

    When we heard the unusual barking of a dog ...

    The dog was barking like crazy.

    He was trying to explain something to us.

    The car's gas tank was empty.
    or
    The car is running on empty. <~~slang!

    We spent the afternoon at the beach or on the beach? <~~Either of those will work. The former implies that you were in a beach town, but may or may not have been on the sand and in the water. The latter states that you were on the sand and in the water.

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    Than you :)

    And what about this one:

    On TV had said that it is going to rain

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    On TV, the weatherman said that it is going to rain.

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