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    Are these sentences correct?

    Discussion in 'Word Mechanics' started by AuThoRiZe(Life), Jan 22, 2015.

    Hello! Can you check and see if these sentences are correct, thanks.

    1. I have to treat my leg with a medicine.

    2. He knocked him down, and stamping ran over him to help (sb).

    3. Dead bodies lying right-and-left.

    4. He used his superiority with his massive body structure over the feeble body of (sb) to do (smth).

    5. An arrow stuck in between his eyes and he dropped dead.

    6. Goblins' knees, Goblins's knees or Goblins knees. Which one is correct ? Goblins is plural.
     
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    1. I have to treat my leg with medicine (no 'a').

    2. He knocked him down and stepped on him when he went to help (too many he's and him's, though).

    3. Dead bodies were scattered left and right.

    4. He used his superior size and strength to overpower the weaker (sb) and (smth).

    5. An arrow pierced his head just between his eyes and he fell dead.

    6. Goblins'.
     
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    Okay, thanks a lot!
     

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