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    #1

    So many people to help him, he is sure to succeed.

    Is the sentence 'So many people to help him, he is sure to succeed' correct English, please? And how about 'With so many people to help him, he is sure to succeed'?
    Last edited by joham; 26-Apr-2013 at 21:39.

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    Re: So many people to help him, he is sure to succeed.

    It needs 'With...'

    Rover

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