does this sentence make sense and is it correct? I hope native English speakers help?
sentence: I have not been very diligent in the past two months.
I hope native English speakers can tell me if adjectives can be used in such sentences?
Thanks for your help!
- WannabeGracieLv 49 years agoFavorite Answer
Perfect :)Source(s): Native English speaker
- Anonymous9 years ago
It makes sense!
I have a suggestion, if you won't mind :) If you want to say that you haven't done lot in the past two months, you may use the word 'productive'
"I have not been very productive in the past two months."
- Anonymous4 years ago
The be conscious outdoors looks beside the point contained in the sentence and both sentences are nice its only the first makes the outdoors look a novel entity even as the 2d makes it sound plural.
- 9 years ago
Yeah thats good english, though thats pratically saying youve been a lazy dude for two months.Source(s): Speaking english in a mid alantic accent for my entire life.
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- stevesimon006Lv 69 years ago
sounds a bit formal but it's fine..well done