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    Who's to say it wasn't a mistake?

    Hello,

    Would you please tell me if the sentence "I was thinking, why do I have to be a tinker?" is correct? And how would we say the sentence "Who's to say it wasn't a mistake?" in other way but with the same meaning?


    "Well," Tink said, "I was thinking, why do I have to be a tinker? Just because some silly hammer glowed? Who's to say it wasn't a mistake?
    Maybe I can just switch my talent.


    Many thanks for your help.


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    Re: Who's to say it wasn't a mistake?

    Who's to say it wasn't a mistake? = Maybe it was a mistake.

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