Are these Sentences Correct?

01

I looked at her and she looked at me.

She doesn’t like to be looking at her.

02

I saw your dog on the street.

And I brought it here at home.

03

Did you give a gift to your aunt?

I didn’t give any gift.

04

I eat soup and crackers when it’s cold.

And the soap was hot.

05

I thought that you were working at night.

But I work only during the afternoon.

06

Is the bicycle inside the house?

No, I don’t have bicycle.

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  • God
    Lv 7
    1 month ago
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    01

    I looked at her and she looked at me.

    She doesn’t like people to be looking at her.

    02

    I saw your dog on the street.

    I brought it home.

    03

    Did you give a gift to your aunt?

    I didn’t give her a gift.

    04

    I eat soup and crackers when it’s cold.

    The soup was hot.

    05

    I thought that you were working at night.

    I work only during the afternoon.

    06

    Is the bicycle inside the house?

    No, I don’t have a bicycle.

  • John P
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    For a start: "Are these sentences correct?"  Note lack of capitals. And note that I write from Britain. Americans etc might have different ideas.

    01a - correct

    01b  'She doesn't like me looking at her'.

    02  'I saw your dog in the street and I brought it home with me'.  That is natural British English.

    03a - correct

    03b  'No, I didn't give her anything'.

    04a Your idea means that you eat soup and crackers when the weather is cold. 

    What I think you want to say is: 'I ate hot soup and cold crackers'. But really you don't need to specify that the crackers were cold because crackers are never hot.

    05 I thought you worked at night (as a normal habit). Or: 'I thought that you were working last night' (Only yesterday, your night working is rare).  The answer would be: 'No, I only work in the afternoons'.

    06 'Is your bicycle kept inside your house?' (as a habit) 'Actually,  don't have a bicycle'. Note that many Britons say 'bike' in casual conversation.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    01

    She doesn’t like to be looked at.

    02

    I brought it home. 

    03

    I didn’t give any gift. 

    04

    The soup was hot. 

    05

    I only work during the afternoon. 

    06

    No, I do not have a bicycle.

    It is better to avoid starting a sentence with a conjunction, but that is not a strict rule.

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