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    Is this sentence correct?(in point of grammer and meaning)

    I want to create a sentence but I am not sure wrong or right ?İf you help me, I would be happy.

    'Chance works towards ready brains'

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Is this sentence correct?(in point of grammer and meaning)

    Quote Originally Posted by Yesims View Post
    I want to create a sentence but I am not sure wrong or right ?İf you help me, I would be happy.

    'Chance works towards ready brains'

    Thanks in advance.
    It's ok grammatically but it doesn't mean anything.

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