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    #1

    You offer yourself to the real world// You offer ther real yourself.

    1. You offer yourself to the real world. (v)

    2. You offer the real world yourself. (?)

    3. You offer it to Tom. (V)

    4. You offer Tom it. (x)

    Is sentence 2 grammatical?

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    #2

    Re: You offer yourself to the real world// You offer ther real yourself.

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1. You offer yourself to the real world. (v)

    2. You offer the real world yourself. (?)

    3. You offer it to Tom. (V)

    4. You offer Tom it. (x)

    Is sentence 2 grammatical?
    Sentence #2 makes no sense.

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