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    what words can i use for this sentence?


    I want to say a sentence like this:
    Making it happen is better than waiting for it to happen.

    But I'd like to say this in another way, that is:

    Waiting for it to happen______making it happen.

    So, what words can I use in the place of the underline? Or, how should I say this sentence in this way?

    Last edited by kat2006; 28-Jul-2011 at 10:33.

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