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Explain what is wrong with the following sentence and make any corrections necessary: "I wanted to stay for dessert, but I taking an exam early the next morning."

  • English -

    You're missing the helping verb "am" or "was."

    . . . I am taking . . .
    or
    . . . I was taking . . .

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    "I want to stay for dessert, but I have to take an exam tomorrow morning"

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