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Homework Help: EnglishIII

Posted by Claire on Monday, November 5, 2012 at 12:05am.

Would this be an o.k. sentence to use in my essay?

This would still be the closest I had ever been to someone with their name used in the same sentence as the word “famous.”

Or should I just say, "This would still be the closest I had ever been to someone famous" The reason is, is because the person wasn't exactly world-wide famous but she was well-known in the city itself. Is that still considered famous?

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