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How would you refrace the following piece of sentence so it won't have so many I's?
"And I know I shouldn't answer this question since I don't really have much of a clue."
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Hi,

How would you rephrase the following piece of sentence so it won't have so many I's?
"And I know I shouldn't answer this question since I don't really have much of a clue."

There's really nothing at all wrong with having several 'I's here.

Not really having much of a clue, I know not to answer this question.

Best wishes, Clive
Fair enaugh. But it sounds funny with so many I's though. Doesn't it?
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I find it fine as is.
AnonymousFair enaugh enough. But it sounds funny with so many I's though. Doesn't it?
Fair enough, not enaugh.

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AnonymousFair enaugh. But it sounds funny with so many I's though. Doesn't it?
I think I couldn't have written it better if I had tried. Emotion: wink
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The same without a single I:

And my not really having much of a clue about this question makes me realize that it is inadvisable for me to answer it.

Do you really think something like that would be better? Emotion: smile

CJ
CliveHi,

How would you rephrase the following piece of sentence so it won't have so many I's?
"And I know I shouldn't answer this question since I don't really have much of a clue."

There's really nothing at all wrong with having several 'I's here.

Not really having much of a clue, I know not to answer this question.

Best wishes, Clive
Clive, perhaps you could teach me the structure of that sentence? I mean, it doesn't sound common(I would personally write 'I don't know'. It seems like you swapped everything. Emotion: smile
Hi,

Perhaps you'd like to try to write a few sentences, based on my example?

You might like to leave out the 'not' for the first few.

Best wishes, Clive
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