(From Reader's Digest)Originally Posted by Casiopea
Many of us think we have some hadicap taht's going to keep us from getting a job: we are too fat, or too old. We have a physical handicap, a criminal record, not enough education. We are a foreigner, we're too shy; we come from a different background.
I also have a question about this sentence.
It doesn't make sense to me that we have A, B, not enough C.We have a physical handicap, a criminal record, not enough education.
(1)We have A.
(2)We have B.
(3)We have not enough C.
For me, the grammatical structure is dissymmetric.
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