Are these sentences correct ?
1.Titanic, which is a huge blockbuster movie, is one of my top most favourite movies.
2. My sister that has long hair is a teacher in a school.
- CogitoLv 71 month ago
1) Titanic, a huge blockbuster movie, is one of my favourites.
The 'which is' is unnecessary. Also, 'top' and 'most' are equally pointless.
2) My sister, who is a school teacher, has long hair.
People are never 'that' - they're always 'who'. It would be more appropriate to mention her career before her appearance.
- UserLv 71 month ago
1 - has a problem with the adjectives at the end. It's repetitive
-- "top" means very nearly the same thing as "most favourite"
and IF you really want to use both (it's OK if you do), there needs to be a comma separating them.
- Titanic, which is a huge blockbuster movie, is one of my top, most favourite movies.
2 - is grammatically correct but is a LITTLE awkwardly worded. I would say: it should NOT be marked wrong or lose you any points. However, some less-awkward alternatives:
- My long-haired sister is...
- My sister with the long hair is...