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Exis Night
  • Company saved the cost by 50%.
  • Our company reduced its cellular costs by 50%.
  • Or: "Our cellular costs have been cut in half."

May 25, 2015 03:36 Public Sprint
Exis Night
  • I felt sorry that we killed them although the bees didn’t have intention to attack us.
  • I felt sorry that we killed them in spite of the fact that they didn’t have any intention of attacking us.

May 18, 2015 09:40 Public Yesterday, an exterminator ...
Exis Night
  • After thirty minutes, there were about ten killed big bees on the terrace floor.
  • After thirty minutes, there were about ten big bees lying dead on the terrace floor.
  • The positions of "big" and "dead" in this sentence were unnatural, so I moved "dead" to a later position.

May 18, 2015 09:40 Public Yesterday, an exterminator ...
Exis Night
  • Our landload to whom we complained about them, ordered the company.
  • Our landlord, to whom we complained about them, ordered the visit.
  • Or: "Our landlord, to whom we complained, arranged the appointment."

May 18, 2015 09:39 Public Yesterday, an exterminator ...
Grievous
  • They boasted that they are the most reliable airline among the international airlines in the US from the view point of on time schedule and less lost baggage.
  • They boasted that they are the most reliable airline among the international airlines in the US from the view point in terms of being on the time schedule and having the less least lost baggage.

May 9, 2015 19:19 Public Delta Airline
edKiwi
  • He had thought that I must have been sick because I didn’t submit a report whose due date was the previous day.
  • He had thought that I must have been sick because I didn’t submit a report which was due the previous day.

May 5, 2015 16:57 Public Trust
Maria
  • I treated him for lunch at a Japanese restaurant near our office.
  • I treated him to lunch at a Japanese restaurant near our office.
  • "to treat someone to something"

Apr 18, 2015 16:22 Public Hibachi
tony
  • The day before yesterday, when I ignited my car engine at the office garage to go home, an unfamiliar indicator lighted up.
  • The day before yesterday, when I started my car engine at the office garage to go home, an unfamiliar indicator lit up.
  • "Light" is an irregular verb. The past tense and past participle are both "lit".

Apr 13, 2015 15:52 Public Indicator
ilcap
  • I drove the car to a car factory near my house to input air into a tire and change oil.
  • I drove the car to a car factory near my house to input air into the tire and get an oil change.
  • "get the oil changed" would be fine too

Apr 13, 2015 15:49 Public Indicator
Jae Bunny
  • I felt I had moved to NYC.
  • I felt as if I had moved to NYC.

Apr 9, 2015 17:07 Public The Riverview Cafe

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