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Can you please check for grammatical errors and about whether this paragraph below makes any sense.



"Life is a game. I'm only saying this because Life always brings you the plot twist. While you are riding in your Ferrari thinking everything has been going for you lately, you're met with an accident. Or when you're broken by the terrors of poverty, you win a lottery. You never know what's ahead of you even when the outcome seems so obvious. You roll the dice and the dice decides what's for you next."

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Batwing"Life is a game. I'm only saying this because Life always brings you the an unexpected turn of events as/like a plot twist. or brings you the unexpected.
Q: how exactly is a plot twist related to a game? I made suggestions by adding "turn of events" because we 'take turns' when we play a game and "turn of events" is a common idiomatic expression. This seems necessary because your metaphor is life as a game, not life as a story.
While you are riding in your Ferrari thinking everything has been going well for you lately, you're met with an accident. Or when you're broken by the terrors weight of poverty, you win a lottery. You never know what's ahead of you, even when the outcome seems so obvious. You roll the dice and the dice decides what's for you next.
Anything can happen, good or bad. You aren't the only player. needs an ending

Hi, i made some notes, even though I am not sure what kind of comments you need. This looks like creative writing.

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Thank you. By plot twist I meant turn of events. I really don't see a difference.

Yes I understood, but it needs to connect to the "life is a game" metaphor for cohesion and clarity. It stands out as a little awkward. That's why I'd suggest using them both to clarify.