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Reply Fri 30 Jan, 2009 12:14 pm
Some watches are powered by light. A cell on the face of the watch converts light to electricity, which in turn is used to charge a rechargeable battery or capacitor. As long as the watch is regularly exposed to sunlight or fairly strong light, it will keep running.

Is the phrase in bold correct? Should another phrase be used? Are there errors in the sentences?

Many thanks.

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Reply Fri 30 Jan, 2009 12:16 pm
It's correct.
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Reply Fri 30 Jan, 2009 03:44 pm
Indeed it is correct. However, even the best rechargeable batteries or capacitors will eventually wear out. Therefore, though the sentence structure is correct, the statement isn't.
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