Home TEFL forum Grammar & Vocabulary please explain why they are wrong
"There being no evidence against them. they were sent home"
"little i knew about what they did last summer"
I’d say it this way below
There was no evidence against them so that they were sent home.
What they did last summer, little I knew. (I knew nothing about it)
I think this is a problem of punctuation:
"There being no evidence against them, they were sent home."
It’s difficult to correct this without a context. It could be:
"I knew little about what they did last summer" (= I don’t have much information about their activities last summer)
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