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Which sentence sounds better and why?

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Which sentence sounds better and why?

Postby korn » 2014-03-13, 8:12

Hi there,

Could you please telle me which sentence sounds better and why?

Sentence 1:
What are some beginner-friendly Android projects on GitHub regarding the mobile synchronization of pictures?


Sentence 2:
What are some Android project about mobile synchronisation of pictures on GitHub that is also suitable for beginner?
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Re: Which sentence sounds better and why?

Postby linguoboy » 2014-03-13, 14:21

Sentence 1. There's a glaring agreement error in Sentence 2. ("What are some Android project...that is also...")
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Re: Which sentence sounds better and why?

Postby Dormouse559 » 2014-03-14, 4:25

I agree that #1 is better, both grammatically and stylistically. Also, in #2 "beginner" should be plural.
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Re: Which sentence sounds better and why?

Postby ling » 2014-09-16, 17:19

In addition to having multiple problems with singular vs. plural, the second sentence is too wordy.
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Re: Which sentence sounds better and why?

Postby deboertravel » 2014-11-02, 15:15

Definitely the first sentence. The other is not smooth and looks faulty.

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Re: Which sentence sounds better and why?

Postby languagelearner33 » 2014-12-23, 23:24

I have to agree with the previous posters. The second sentence did not flow at all and it contained many grammatical errors.
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