Are these sentences correct?

01. My car is at the mechanic and now I have to drive John’s.

      Is John’s car better or worse than yours?

02. Those sunglasses are very expensive.

      They are Charles Prince’s sunglasses.

03. Watch out! It’s dark outside.

      I have a flashlight with stan baton too.

04. I have a few friends that live in L.A.

      I would like to have some friend living there.

05. Was there a dishwasher in the kitchen?

      Yes, but there is anymore.

06. It is better to drink juice than coffee for breakfast.

      I prefer to drink coffee.

2 Answers

  • John P
    Lv 7
    1 month ago
    Favorite Answer

    01.   My car is being serviced at the moment, so I'm using John's. Is John's car better or worse than yours?

    02.   Generally ok. Did you mean to say: 'Prince Charles' sunglasses?!

    03  Be careful, it's dark outside!  It's ok, I've got a torch.   

    ('Watch out!' feels old-fashioned to me.)

    (Note: torch - British; flashlight - American)  I have no idea what a stan baton is, so I have not included it.  Certainly nobody in my part of southern England has ever spoken about a 'stan baton', and my spell checker does not recognise 'stan'.

    04   I have a few friends in LA.   I would like to have some friends in LA. 

    (I don't know if Americans generally put full stops [periods] in L.A.) 

    05   Didn't you used to have a dishwasher? Yes, but it broke down and we haven't got one at the moment.

    06   All ok.

    Note that I am middle-class white British. Americans might have different notions.

  • 1 month ago

    they sound okay to me

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