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    Bassim is offline Senior Member
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    Default He was a man

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

    1. He was a man governed by his emotions, making sometimes irrational decisions.
    2. It was a doleful view to see all these refugees in their rags lying on the bare ground.

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    Default Re: He was a man

    1. He was a man governed by his emotions, sometimes making irrational decisions.

    2. It was a pitiful sight to see all those refugees in their rags lying on the bare ground.

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