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    "She will be participating in a carol concert"

    or does it make more sense if it is written as 'She will be participating in a carol singing concert"
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    it makes sense either way... people know what a carol concert is without you stating the obvious fact that it is a "carol singing" concert. But then again... some peeps are just... so maybe to be extra specific you can add that in. Either way it should be fine.
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    (Original post by platosbesty)
    it makes sense either way... people know what a carol concert is without you stating the obvious fact that it is a "carol singing" concert. But then again... some peeps are just... so maybe to be extra specific you can add that in. Either way it should be fine.
    thanks:banana: - will rep tomorrow
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    "I am going to watch the football"

    "I am going to watch the football match"


    Similar to your sentences, both make sense.
 
 
 
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