Which sentence is correct?
She pulled a can of soup out from the back of the cupboard, ...
A. ... making spice bottles tumble out.B. ... causing spice bottles to tumble out.Thanks!
- AmulyaPLv 51 month agoFavorite Answer
No B. appears preferable.
Something can be caused but can't be made.
Your carelessness in lifting the heavy box caused the unwanted incident.
- bj_djLv 41 month ago
Causing spice bottles to tumble out!
- John PLv 71 month ago
You might find native speakers using either form.
'Causing' is more formal than 'making', but not hugely formal. That is how I see it in Britain.
- ZirpLv 71 month ago
Neither, as "spice" is not an adjective.
you either need "spice-bottles" or "bottles of spice"
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- robert2020Lv 61 month ago
B. Is the right grammar.Source(s): Native American English speaker all my life.