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Hi

I don't understand the phrase "some of so much" below? Would you please help me? Thanks.

The fact that my words have upset some of so much only makes me victorious.
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Hi,

Just sounds wrong to me. What's the context (before and after)?

Are you sure the word 'of' is used?

Clive
Hi Clive

Yes, "of" was there and I have copy-pasted the sentence. But I believe you are right about "of"; it shouldn't be there. Thanks.
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Hi,

OK.

Another point.

You said I have copy-pasted the sentence. This made me think for a moment that you did it again after my last post. But you meant you did that originally.

Just use Simple Past. ie I copy-pasted the sentence (at the time I originaly posted it).

Clive
Sorry. I shouldn't have used present perfect there.

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Jackson
There might also be an omission:

The fact that my words have upset some of you so much only makes me victorious.
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Yes, Mr M, there could be an omission. Thank you.