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I’ve correctly used the underlined words ‘willing’ and ‘their’ in the sentence, haven’t I?


Willing to exercise their right of suffrage, the Italian citizens cast their votes in the elections of their new national government officials.

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No, that's unnatural. What exactly are you trying to achieve/practise with that sentence?

teechrWhat exactly are you trying to achieve/practise with that sentence?

I'd like to use a phrase starting with an adjective in the first part of the sentence, teechr.

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I see. Try using simpler diction.