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    Bassim is offline Senior Member
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    Default He lived

    Please, would you take a look at these sentences and correct my mistakes:

    1. He lived in an imaginary world, away from people, whose suffering did not affect him at all.
    2. Being a poor widow, she could not afford herself proper food, let alone travel abroad.

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    Default Re: He lived

    1. Delete the second comma.

    2. Delete 'herself'.

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