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    #1

    Different phrases

    Dear Teacher,
    I am giving you some phrases so as to confirm whether they are right or wrong.
    1) Having understood the true nature of english language, I don't have this problem any more.(i guess this is "participle phrase")
    2) The true nature of english language having understood, I don't have this problem anymore.
    3) The true nature of english language having been understood, I don't have this problem anymore.
    4) The true nature of english language having been understood by me, I don't have this problem anymore.
    5) The true nature of english language being understood by me, I don't have this problem anymore.
    6) Understanding the true nature of english language, I don't have this problem anymore.

    Dear teacher, I want to know both the correctness and validity of this sentences and the exact differences in terms of meaning and aplicability of all of them.
    Thanks in advance,
    Zaffar

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    #2

    Re: Different phrases

    1- fine
    2-4- no
    5- OK, but only just
    6- OK

    PS- 'the English language'.

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