Transform these two sentence into one that are grammatically correct
Nathan was disgusted. She saw the overflowing sink.
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I this particular question , its evident that the subject being discussed is about the overflowwing sink
Nathan is a male person considering the name . Its not correctly placed.
The word disgusted is a verb which is an expression of Nathan when he realizes that the sink was flowing , it should be placed before the adverb. We place (an) before overflowing tank
Therefore the correct transformation is:
Nathan was disgusted when he saw an overflowing sink.
In the question, the connector is "to", not "when". What would be your updated answer ?
Nathan was disgusted seeing an overflowing sink.
Thank you so much.
Nathan was disgusted , to see an overflowing sink.
we place a comma before to.
you can use the idea of the second answer to use to
Thanks a lot Mark!
you are always welcome!
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