English

1. A man is talking about something to the king. He said, Yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick."

2. There is a man talking to the king.
He told a lie, "Yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick."

3. In front of the king is a man. He told to the king a lie, "Yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick."

4. In front of the king a man is. He told to the king a lie, "Yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick."

[Are they all grammatical? Would you correct some errors?]



asked by rfvv
  1. 1. Where will you put the opening quotation marks?

    2. The first sentence is fine. The second is actually a comma splice. How will you fix it?
    https://owl.english.purdue.edu/engagement/2/1/34/

    3. The first sentence is fine. The second is another comma splice. In addition, the word "to" is not needed in the second sentence.

    4. Too many errors in this one!

    posted by Writeacher

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