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    #1

    Which sentence is correct?

    -->They are my words. OR
    It's my words.

    -->Nothing philosophical into it. OR
    Nothing philosophical in it

    Please tell me whic sentence is correct for both.

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    #2

    Re: Which sentence is correct?

    Welcome to the board, Richa,

    In future please give more context.

    Without further context, I'd say that They are my words and Nothing philosophical in it are correct.

    Rover

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