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    At the very last day of the year, I will usually do a comtemplation/reflection on.

    1) At the very last day of the year, I will usually do a comtemplation/reflection on what I have achieved and what I failed to achieve it that year.

    2) You must know what and when something has to be done. For example, when is time to play you play, when is time study, you have to study.

    3) After the argument I went back to my room and reflected/contemplated/brood over and anyalyzed about the argument we had. After reflection/contemplation/brooding over and analyzed it, I think I was in the wrong.

    Are the highligted words used correctly in the above sentences. If no, can somebody help me correct it. Thanks.


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    Re: At the very last day of the year, I will usually do a comtemplation/reflection on

    Quote Originally Posted by Jit833 View Post
    1) On the very last day of the year, I usually reflect on what I have achieved and what I have failed to achieve that year.
    Bhai.

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    Re: At the very last day of the year, I will usually do a comtemplation/reflection on

    Quote Originally Posted by Jit833 View Post
    1) At the very last day of the year, I will usually do a comtemplation/reflection on what I have achieved and what I failed to achieve it that year. See bhai's response.

    2) You must know what and when something has to be done. For example, when is time to play you play, when is time study, you have to study. OK.

    3) After the argument I went back to my room and reflected/contemplated/(brooded over) and anyalyzed about the argument we had. After reflection/contemplation/brooding over and analyzing it, I think I was in the wrong.

    Are the highligted words used correctly in the above sentences. If no, can somebody help me correct it. Thanks.

    b.

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