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np36Super Member!


Dear Teacher,

           Is this sentence correct? "In anyday if I don't eat vegetables, I would feel unwell." I wonder whether I can use the phrase "In anyday" or not. Thank you very much.


04:24 AM Dec 12 2008 |

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Teacher AmySuper Member!

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Hi there! The phrase "in anyday" is not quite correct. It would be better to say, "Any day that I don't eat vegetables, I feel unwell," or, "If I didn't eat vegetables one day, I would feel unwell."

Thanks for your question!

08:57 PM Dec 12 2008 |