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*However beautiful is if everyone get easily is not value

I know it is more correct as follows but I'm wondering whether first sentence is correct according to spoken language

*However she is beautiful if everyone get her easily is not value
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Hi,

*However beautiful is if everyone get easily is not value

I know it is more correct as follows but I'm wondering whether first sentence is correct according to spoken language

*However she is beautiful if everyone get her easily is not value



Neither is correct, to the point where it is hard to see your meaning.

Perhaps this.

However beautiful she is, if everyone gets her easily she has no value.

You should find a more expressive verb than 'gets'.

It is not clear to me what you mean by 'no value'.

Clive
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Both sentences are incorrect. It is hard to understand what you are trying to say.
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"However beautiful she is, if everyone gets her easily she has no value."
thanks!