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    Post Could you correct please that phrase?

    All that because somebody was walking without thinking after over the nature, people and law demonstrating how mighty he is.

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    Re: Could you correct please that phrase?

    Quote Originally Posted by gabned View Post
    All that because somebody was walking without thinking after over the nature, people and law demonstrating how mighty he is.
    This doesn't make much sense.

    All that ... (I assume that 'that' refers to something beyond the sentence?)
    because someone was walking without thinking ... (Good, understandable English)
    after over the nature ... Doesn't make any sense.
    people and law demonstrating how mighty he [who?] is. (Doesn't seem to follow on from anything)

    Can you rephrase what you mean?

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    Re: Could you correct please that phrase?

    Hi
    Thanks for answering. Well, is about someone who destroyed some beautiful trees in somebody others garden...


    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    This doesn't make much sense.

    All that ... (I assume that 'that' refers to something beyond the sentence?)
    because someone was walking without thinking ... (Good, understandable English)
    after over the nature ... Doesn't make any sense.
    people and law demonstrating how mighty he [who?] is. (Doesn't seem to follow on from anything)

    Can you rephrase what you mean?

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