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    The new generation

    Please, would you correct my grammatical mistakes in these sentences.

    1. The new generation will be sacrificed just as their parents and grandparents had been.
    2. He naively believes that he was going to become a great painter one day.

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    Re: The new generation

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassim View Post

    1. The new generation will be sacrificed just as their parents and grandparents have been.
    2. He naively believed that he was going to become a great painter one day.
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