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    #1

    always there is room for improvement, so keep learning and teaching

    who to connect the sentences,

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    #2

    Re: always there is room for improvement, so keep learning and teaching

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohammad Aslam View Post
    who to connect the sentences,
    I don't understand your question.

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    #3

    Re: always there is room for improvement, so keep learning and teaching

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohammad Aslam View Post
    who to connect the sentences,
    Hello Mohammad! I guess you wanted to write, "Who will correct the sentence?" Am I right?

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    #4

    Re: always there is room for improvement, so keep learning and teaching

    always there is room for improvement, so keep learning and teaching

    The word order is unusual. Far more common would be: there is always room for improvement, so keep ...

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