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    Is cutting the forest correct?

    Please help me whether cutting the forest is correct if not then what can be used and can a book TELL you something

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    Re: Is cutting the forest correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by sweetan View Post
    Please help me whether cutting the forest is correct if not then what can be used and can a book TELL you something
    We would usually say "cutting down the forest".
    Yes, we often say figuratively that a book "told" us something.

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