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I think in my very humble subjective opinion that each nation or people has its very own faults, but they don't see their own faults. However, we don't have to judge on a nation until we see the faults issuing from its sage.
Also, I think each country has its own sovereignty and authority or leadership, in which it doesn't wish any other country to interfere.

This universe needs too much wisdom these days, otherwise there is no a nation which will be immune to woes. As the saying goes: when the fire flames, it eats the green and dry OR This universe needs too much wisdom these days, otherwise no a nation will be immune to woes. As the saying goes: when the fire flames, it eats the green and dry.
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I think that each nation or people has their own faults, but they cannot see them, and we cannot judge a nation until we see the faults issuing from its spokesman. Also, I think each country has its own sovereignty, in which it doesn't wish any other country to interfere.

The world needs more wisdom these days; otherwise there is no nation immune to woes. As the saying goes: when the fire flames, it eats the green and dry.
Thank you so much

Firstly, As long as " that each nation or people has its very own faults", why did you say "that each nation or people has their own faults". I think "nation" is singular and people is singular here, so then a possessive pronoun should be in singular "its".



Second: Why did you put a semicolon instead of 'comma? "The world needs more wisdom these days; otherwise there is no nation immune to woes. As the saying goes: when the fire flames, it eats the green and dry."

If have written ".......these days. Otherwise, there....", would be OK.



Third: Why did you not put an indefinite article before 'nation' "The world needs more wisdom these days; otherwise there is no {a} nation immune to woes. As the saying goes: when the fire flames, it eats the green and dry."?

Finally: As long as that the event will be taken place in the future, I think If I wish the otherwise-clause is in the future, will "The world needs more wisdom these days; otherwise there won't be a nation immune to woes" be correct?

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First, as long as " that each nation or people has its very own faults", why did you say "that each nation or people has their own faults". I think "nation" is singular and people is singular here, so then a possessive pronoun should be in singular "its". -- 'People' is too human to take 'its'. Overall, there is an inconsistency of pronouns through the first paragraph, however. Why don't you try recasting it?

Second: Why did you put a semicolon instead of 'comma? "The world needs more wisdom these days;otherwise there is no nation immune to woes.-- A semicolon is used to separate two independent clauses not separated by a comma + coordinating conjunction instead.

If have written ".......these days. Otherwise, there....", would be OK. -- Yes.

Third: Why did you not put an indefinite article before 'nation' -- 'No' is an adjective meaning 'not a'.

Finally: As long as that the event will be taken place in the future, I think If I wish the otherwise-clause is in the future, will "The world needs more wisdom these days; otherwise there won't be a nation immune to woes" be correct?- That is also possible, but the susceptibility to woes as a timeless characteristic is more effective.
Mister Micawber'People' is too human to take 'its'. Overall, there is an inconsistency of pronouns through the first paragraph, however. Why don't you try recasting it?
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It would be quite good if you could take some time out to answer all my inquires.

its (a singular possessive pronoun ) their (a plural possessive pronoun)
It (a singular personal pronoun) their(a plural personal pronoun)
People or nation --------- its-- 'its' is used and not 'their', because 'its' refers to either 'people' or 'nation'
People [and] nation --------their ----- 'their' is used and not 'its', because 'their' refers to both 'people' and 'nation'
Peoples or nations--------their--'their' is used and not 'its', because 'their' refers to either of a plural noun.
Peoples and nations--------their

Also, Please note that 'their' is a plural possessive pronoun for 'they'. Also, 'they' is a personal pronoun refers to 'people' or 'nation'.

As a result,

nation or people.........has its............, but they cannot.........their own faults(them)

each nation or people has its own faults, but they cannot see their own faults(them), and we cannot judge a nation until we see the faults issuing from its spokesman.

Each nations or peoples have their very own faults, but they cannot see their own faults(them), and we cannot judge a nation until we see the faults issuing from its spokesman.

Each nation [and] people have their own ......, but they cannot see their own faults(them), and we cannot judge a nation until we see the faults issuing from its spokesman.
Also, even if we said 'human' instead of 'people" will be the same thing, because that 'human'--'humans'--'people'--'peoples'

So, I think that there is an inconsistency of pronouns in this paragraph below
an inconsistency of pronouns would be when we say "I think that each (nation) or (people) has (their) own faults, but they cannot see their own faults(them), and we cannot judge a nation until we see the faults issuing from its spokesman.
Mister MicawberA semicolon is used to separate two independent clauses not separated by a comma + coordinating conjunction instead.
A- Why does this sentence a semicolon separate two independent clauses, although two independent clauses is separated by a comma + coordinating conjunction instead.

It is a bit late; however, I 'd quite like to go out.
independent clause; coordinating conjunction, independent clause.

(B) Why do you mean with 'instead' in "coordinating conjunction instead" ?
Mister MicawberThat is also possible, but the susceptibility to woes as a timeless characteristic is more effective.
But what does this do with whether the sentence is in the simple or future tense? Could you please be a little more detailed?

I hope you understand me.
Could you please reply me to close this pending issue?
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Thanks a lot,
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Mister MicawberA semicolon is used to separate two independent clauses not separated by a comma + coordinating conjunction instead.If have written ".......these days. Otherwise, there....", would be OK. -- Yes.
Could you please reply me on these at least?
A- Why does this sentence a semicolon separate two independent clauses, although two independent clauses is separated by a comma + coordinating conjunction instead.

It is a bit late; however, I 'd quite like to go out.
independent clause; coordinating conjunction, independent clause.

(B) What do you mean with 'instead' in "coordinating conjunction instead" ?
Mister MicawberThat is also possible, but the susceptibility to woes as a timeless characteristic is more effective.
But what does this do with whether the sentence is in the simple or future tense? Could you please be a little more detailed?
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