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"Only People Know what conception of fredoom is nevertheless It can't be fredoom is only People"
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I don't really understand what you're trying to say.

"Only People Know what conception of fredoom is" seems to be saying that only humans have a concept of freedom (i.e. animals and inanimate objects don't). Is that right?

I can't figure out "nevertheless It can't be fredoom is only People". What is "it"?

Note that the word is spelled freedom.
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I trying another way;
"Only people Know what the freedom means, Although Only People can't be free"
I know You''ll get it
Matthew.90"Only people Know what the freedom means, Although Only People can't be free"
I understand the first part. The second part is not good English and its meaning is not clear.

Are you saying that humans are the only entities that can experience a lack of freedom? (If so, the word "although" is misleading. "although" is expected to introduce a contrast.)

Or perhaps you want to say thay humans are not the only entities that can experience a lack of freedom?