One of my students wrote a sentence, shown hereunder in italics, and I can't seem to be able to tell if it is correct or not? Andrew has thought good of creating some company and setting it up abroad.
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"Hey, Jake, hold on a second. I've got something to tell you."
"What now, Marry?", sighed Jake.
"I think Fred's gone and gotten himself in quite a lot of trouble..."
"How come?" Jake put in, briskly.
"Well, as you know Fred's been talkin' about how he's tired of working for slave-wages and how there's no chance in hell he's going to die in poverty forever now. And guess what he did today!? He quit his job, you know the one that your brother got him after he got out of jail, and then he said to me: "Andrew has thought good of creating some company and setting it up abroad. I don't know what it is, but he's going to pay me 30 grand to go to South America and set it up for him down there. Andrew gave an advance. 10 grand. But, I am gonna need your help, sis. Can you come along with me? I mean, I am going to need someone who can speak Spanish well down there."