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    enter the story?


    Can anyone help me?
    I would like to write that a story in a certain movie is very easy to relate to. Is it correct to write "It is very easy to enter the story"? Or does that mean that I physically enter the story? Or is it better to say "I easily acquaint myself with the story"?


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    Re: enter the story?

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    Is there a particular reason why you don't want to say, "The story is {very easy to relate to/very relatable}"?

    Your first sentence doesn't really make sense. The second does not mean that you identify with the story, it means that you get familiar with it.

    If you do not want to use "relate", you could try something along the lines of:
    "I believe most folks could identify with the story."
    Last edited by SlickVic9000; 08-Oct-2013 at 15:09.

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