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When the death is the one of my two words, how do you expect me to cling to the life?
Is it correct?
Last edited by Volcano1985; 03-Jan-2009 at 10:55.
I don't ask the meaning, I ask if it is correct for grammar.If you want to know its meaning, I meant:
When I am close to death, how do you expect me to cling to life?
The original sentence is a grammatical sentence, but it doesn't mean anything.
(It is only when a person is close to death that he clings to life.)
Unless a sentence has some context to it it has no meaning.
Ok thanks for your help