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    Please tell me the meaning and the rule

    Hello..
    Could you please tell me the meaning of these two sentences, their structures and rules to make such sentences..
    1. it's too magical a place not to.
    2. He is anything but mad.

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    Re: Please tell me the meaning and the rule

    Quote Originally Posted by ramesh_sharma View Post
    Hello..
    Could you please tell me the meaning of these two sentences, their structures and rules to make such sentences..
    1. it's too magical a place not to.
    2. He is anything but mad.

    Thanks
    1 is not a sentence. 2 means "He is not mad".

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