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actually, I don't like any sports. I am very busy at work and I have no time for any activities. I can't deny that playing sports is very useful for our health, so I think I will try in the future.

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Rosieleeso I think I will try in the future

I wonder whether the verb "try" is correctly used as an intransitive one in the clause above?

It's possible, but it sounds somewhat incomplete in the given context.

CJ

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Actually, I don't like any sports. I am very busy at work and I have no time for any activities. I can't deny that playing sports is very useful for our health, so I think I will try it in the future.


To me, I don't see many mistakes. The only thing that I'm not that sure about is using the correct pronoun in the last sentence. "I will try it" or "I will try them". I decided to choose "it" at the end because I think it turns to the gerund "playing" first. I don't think that using "them" is wrong, though.

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Rosieleeso I think I will try in the future

I wonder whether the verb "try" is correctly used as an intransitive one in the clause above?

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