wolverinetodd wrote:"They complain about how long the war has ragged on." I think that should have only one "g" to read raged. Otherwise, good.
Not really - local vernacular, at least in my area, includes "ragged on" to refer to things that have lasted long enough to just feel like they're dragging. Basically just like "dragged on", but without the "D".
If it SHOULD be changed, "d
ragged" on would fit the mood and feel of the sentence better than "raged on"