Running by

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Delprøve 1.
1. Peter just doesn´t seems to be getting along very well with his classmates.
Peter just doesn´t seem to be getting along very well with his classmates.
Der skal ikke være s på seem fordi doesn´t tager s, og derfor skal dette ikke også fremgå ved seem. Fint nok.
2. Derek begins to think more about that he has to sort things out with Karen.
Derek begins to think more about the fact that he has to sort things out with Karen.
Aldrig præposition før that. About = præposition, derfor indsættes the fact for at undgå præposition før that. Fint.

3. Sometimes tragedy strikes without warning, and the death suddenly shows its ugly face.
Sometimes tragedy strikes without warning, and suddenly death shows its ugly face.
Suddenly skal stå foran the death. Det andet er også ok. Problemet er at death er et af de der abstrakte begreber der ikke tager bestemt artikel.

4. She seems to have a larger knowledge of events that are historical than her fellow student.
She seems to have a larger knowledge of events that are historically than her fellow student.
Det skal være historically istedet for historical. Ja, ’historical’, skal være et biord der beskriver tillægsordet important. Der skal altså ly på historical(ly) important.

5. The reviewers of the famous author´s new novel doesn´t want to spoil the story by revealing to much of it.
The reviewers of the famous author´s new novel don´t want to spoil the story by revealing too much of it. Reviewers er fletal: kongruens: don’t
6. The daughter actually seems to take after her mother, which we are told had a tough time in her marriage.
The daughter actually seems to take after her mother, who we are told had a tough time in her marriage.
Det skal være who fordi det er et henførende stedord. Which omhandler ting, det passer derfor ikke ind i denne sætning. fint

7. Reporters sometimes have…...

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