15/DEZ/2007 10:07 PM
||It's a gas gas gas
Orlando, I note that you've underlined two of the verbs in this sentence.
Do you have a specific query about the structures used or the combination thereof.
Maybe it is a stylistic matter, as Jose has suggested, but if you wish, point out what appears strange/awkward.
Also I'm sure it is not a lack of analytical skills on your part which is the problem.
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