- A boat carrying iron pyrites capsized in the middle of the sea.
- A boat carrying iron pyrites was capsized by the pirates in the middle of the sea.
Please correct the above.
1 is correct.
2 is questionable because it would not generally be phrased that way, but I would not say it was incorrect.
‘The pirates capsized the boat carrying iron pyrites in the middle of the sea.’
Is this sentence correct?
The word order is wrong. It is the boat that was in the middle of the sea, not the pyrites.
Could you please rephrase the sentence in the correct word order.
Pirates capsized a boat carrying iron pyrates.
You can add ‘in the middle of the sea’ to the end if you wish.