Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issue?
1. Are these sentences:
a) "There are people who are sore for my eyes."
b) "I see you seek a doctor"
2. Is the verb 'to seek' considered formal?
Sorry, that should read:
"I think you should seek a doctor."
- BookbinderLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
1. a) Should be written like this: There are people who are a sight for sore eyes.
b) Should be written like this: I see that you are consulting a doctor.
2. The verb 'to seek' is certainly considered to be fairly formal, and would not normally be used in everyday speech.
- 10 months ago
- CogitoLv 710 months ago
1. a) "There are people who are sore for my eyes." No-one would say that. It makes no sense at all. Do you mean "I can't stand the sight of some people."?
b) "I see you seek a doctor." No-one would say that. Maybe "I see you're looking for a doctor."
2. Is the verb 'to seek' considered formal? Yes, it generally is.