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Hi

Can you help me?

This is to popularise an institute which is to start functioning soon. I want to know whether is meaningful and grammatical:

Here comes someone who can kindle the spark of Knowledge in you, ignite it more intensely, and make it surge to great heights of knowledge and creativity!!!
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Hi Suresh,

Can you help me?

This is to popularise an institute which is to start functioning (I would just say is to open ) soon. I want to know whether is meaningful and grammatical:

Here comes someone who can kindle the spark of Knowledge in you, ignite it more intensely, and make it surge to great heights of knowledge and creativity!!!

'Kindle' and 'ignite' are rather similar in meaning. You seem to need three expressions that suggest the metaphorical flame increasing.

eg Here comes someone who can ignite the spark of knowledge in you, make it burn more intensely, and cause its flames to surge to great heights of knowledge and creativity!

You need to have something for 'someone' to refer to.

Clive
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Thank you very much, Clive.

You need to have something for 'someone' to refer to.

I am able to follow what you are saying. But still I want you to give an example to be clear about it.
Hi,

When you use 'someone' like that, the reader wonders who the word refers to.

eg Is it the President of the Institute?

eg Is it one of the employees of the institute?

eg Is it the Institute's only employee?

eg Is it Suresh?

eg Is it Clive?

Clive
Clive, thank you very much for the examples.
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