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Built castles in the air all day.
  • date unknown
linked to #179317
  • duran
  • Apr 24th 2011, 23:24
linked to #852201
linked to #972174
  • CK
  • Nov 24th 2012, 06:50
unlinked from #179317
  • duran
  • Nov 24th 2012, 09:02
We built castles in the air all day.
  • duran
  • Nov 24th 2012, 09:03
Built castles in the air all day.
  • duran
  • Nov 24th 2012, 09:08
We built castles in the air all day.
  • duran
  • Nov 24th 2012, 09:12
Built castles in the air all day.
linked to #2102427
  • Dejo
  • Jan 12th 2013, 22:45
He built castles in the air all day.
  • Dejo
  • Jan 12th 2013, 22:45
linked to #2140898
linked to #2141649

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Sentence #18174

eng
He built castles in the air all day.

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halfb1t
Nov 24th 2012, 06:41
Perfectly good English sentence, although the style is telegraphic.

Think message, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase, word. On this view a sentence is not a constructed object that must possess particular features. Rather it's a component that exists at a certain level of a heirarchical organization.
halfb1t
Nov 24th 2012, 07:18
Fragment of a postcard describing children's activity: [They] built castles ....
al_ex_an_der
Nov 24th 2012, 08:56
What about "We have built castles in the air all day." ?
There we have the idiom and we have a complete sentence too

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