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    Let's see if the gods on nature...

    Let's see if the gods on nature or the ones we have never reached but always dreamed are bigger?

    Could you check my sentence grammatically?

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    Re: Let's see if the gods on nature...

    Let's see if the gods on nature or the ones we have never reached but always dreamed are bigger?

    Are you comparing the two kinds of gods? Or are you looking at both kinds of gods as one?

    "Let's see which are bigger: the gods in nature or the ones we have never reached but have always dreamed of."

    "Let's see if the gods in nature or the ones we have never reached but have always dreamed of are bigger [than something else]."

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    Re: Let's see if the gods on nature...

    Quote Originally Posted by Volcano1985 View Post
    Let's see if the gods on nature or the ones we have never reached but always dreamed are bigger?
    the gods of nature

    Not a teacher -- AmE native

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    Re: Let's see if the gods on nature...

    Quote Originally Posted by sarahmacalalad View Post
    Let's see if the gods on nature or the ones we have never reached but always dreamed are bigger?

    Are you comparing the two kinds of gods? Or are you looking at both kinds of gods as one?

    "Let's see which are bigger: the gods in nature or the ones we have never reached but have always dreamed of."

    "Let's see if the gods in nature or the ones we have never reached but have always dreamed of are bigger [than something else]."
    Comparison, a materialist view.He means that for instance the water of a river, brook etc is a life resource for humans and we see them with our eyes.On the contarary, the God we believe in we have never seen it.
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