I always choose the best answer: How do I correct this : ''But he was not scared. He wasn't there. He was staring to the distance.''?
- lenpol7Lv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
''But he was not scared.
Do NOT start a sentence with a conjunction (But).
'He was not scared
He wasn't there.
Drop the apostrohe'
'He was not there. Only use the apostrophe when referring to speech in the written language.
He was staring into the distance.''
- coverdalerLv 55 months ago
"into the distance" would be better. Otherwise, this is actually very good.
- GypsyfishLv 75 months ago
The only thing wrong with it is the preposition. He was staring into the distance. Or He was staring off into the distance.
Do NOT NOT NOT put a comma after "but". I wish people would not answer questions on here when they have no idea what they're talking about.
- BookbinderLv 75 months ago
He was not scared, however, for his mind was elsewhere, and he stared into the distance.
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- Bee V2Lv 65 months ago
But, he was not scared. He wasn't there. He was staring into the distance.
Comma, staring "into"