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i wonder if the follow sentence is right or not?

it was true that the grains of salt were prevented from being poisoned..


are you traslate the sentence?


plz help me

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romansyji wonder if the follow sentence is right or not?

That is not a good sentence. The word "i' is a letter of the alphabet. Letters do not wonder.

You mean this:

I wonder if this sentence is correct or not.

A better way to ask is:

Is this sentence correct?

romansyjit was true that the grains of salt were prevented from being poisoned..

The sentence needs two corrections. This one is correct.

It was true that the grains of salt were prevented from being poisoned.

romansyjare you traslate the sentence?

Do you mean this? Can you translate this sentence?

Or this: Please write this sentence in simpler words.


Do you know what salt is?

We put salt in our food.


Do you know what poison is?

If you eat poison, you will die. Poison can kill you.


Person #1 tried to put poison in the salt.

Person #2 stopped them. The poison did not get into the salt. That was a true story.

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romansyjit was true that the grains of salt were prevented from being poisoned..

It can't be right because it doesn't begin with a capital letter. There are so few rules in English style that have no exceptions that I invite you to take comfort in this one and use it with joy. Another such rule is that every sentence ends with a mark of punctuation, and you have two periods, which I took to be a mere typo.

romansyjare you traslate the sentence?

Can you translate the sentence?

Are you saying that you are translating something into English, and this is your attempt at one of the sentences? If so, it doesn't work. The sense is OK, but it is an awkward way of putting it. The problem for me is that I don't know who prevented who from poisoning exactly what and how.

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