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They spread lies on this website, misinformation it has.

Is the sentence above natural?

Should there be a comma or semicolon after "website"?

Is "misinformation" a fronted object in the clause "misinformation it has"?

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misinformation it has.

This make no sense. I think you are quoting just part of a longer sentence. I found this sentence via a google search. With this context, I assume you can now understand what is being said. If not, please ask again.


4. In the age of widespread fake news and misinformation, it has become imperative to regulate the media. Do you agree? Is it possible to make the media organisations behave responsibly without stifling the right to freedom of expression? Share your views.

व्यापक फर्जी खबरों और गलत सूचनाओं के युग में, मीडिया को विनियमित करना अनिवार्य हो गया है। क्या आप सहमत हैं? क्या अभिव्यक्ति की स्वतंत्रता के अधिकार को छेड़े बिना मीडिया संगठनों को जिम्मेदारी से व्यवहार करवा पाना संभव है? अपने विचार साझा करें।

Clive

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anonymousIs the sentence above natural?

No. That is Yoda grammar.

anonymousShould there be a comma or semicolon after "website"?

It depends on what it means. If the lies are misinformation that it possesses, then a comma is right. If it is supposed to be two independent clauses, then two sentences are called for.

anonymousIs "misinformation" a fronted object in the clause "misinformation it has"?

Probably.

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Clivemisinformation it has.This make no sense.

I see. Thanks.