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Teacher told this is wrong? What is the mistake? watch


    Just for some added help on top of the two questions you've asked; your title is grammatically incorrect too.
    Either of these two statements is a better way to phrase it:

    Teacher said this is wrong?
    Teacher told me this is wrong?

    The word tell and all its variants need a subject "tell him", "told me" "telling you" etc

    (Original post by Claphamski)
    I'd say that you need a that in it, i.e. It's not sure that it'll rain today.

    i dont see a problem with the It so long as the context of the weather is made clear.
    So you think the weather isn't sure it'll rain today sounds fine?

    It can be made to make sense in the right context, but not the one you were trying it with.
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