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I want to write english like this:

It is according to my height, my work, and my ability to divide the day.

Does this sentence make sense or do i need to fix it? is it ambiguous? what do you think i mean in this sentence?
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It seems to be grammatically correct, but I have no idea how those three factors could interrelate.
ok, so then you understand that , to divide the day, I should use those three things.
In other words, I will divide the day according to those three factors.
Right?
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AnonymousI want to write english like this:

It is according to my height, my work, and my ability to divide the day.

Does this sentence make sense or do i need to fix it? is it ambiguous? what do you think i mean in this sentence?
This sounds like an application for a job, where the candidate has to justify his application and give three reasons why he thinks he is ideally suited to the job.

Try this...

I think I am the ideal person for this job because I am the right height (or very tall?), I am skilled and experienced in this kind of work, and I know how to prioritise.
____________________________________________________________
I hope you get the job. (What is it?)
Time management is a very good phrase for expressing that you can divide up your day efficiently.
This isn't a job app.

I just wanted to list three related things to separate a seemingly unrelated thing.

like this:

it is according to your strength, my speed, and his steadiness to cross the river(or defeat the enemy).

is this ok? no mistake?
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ok, so then you understand that , to divide the day, I should use those three things.
In other words, I will divide the day according to those three factors.


Are you saying that you will "divide the day" according to your height, your work, and your ability? I don't understand at all! Could you explain what you are trying to say?
It is not clear, especially because of the lack of obvious relationships or meaning; you need to restructure:

It will take your strength, my speed and his steadiness in order to cross the river / defeat the enemy.
I can divide the day according to my height, my work, or my ability.

(The 2nd sentence still makes no semantic sense, of course.)