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    Give absolute power to any individual or any particular group of people ,and that person or group is sure to abuse that power because ,just as Lord Acton says,"Power corrupts,and absolute power corrupts absolutely .




    who can help me anlyse this sentence?thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by 英语爱好者丁艳 View Post
    Give absolute power to any individual or any particular group of people ,and that person or group is sure to abuse that power because ,just as Lord Acton says,"Power corrupts,and absolute power corrupts absolutely .




    who can help me anlyse this sentence?thank you
    Why do you want to analyse it?

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    I guess the OP wants explanation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    I guess the OP wants explanation.
    Yes, but for what purpose. Is it homework?

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    The OP's name translates as "English-lover" followed by her Chinese name, she may just want to learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    The OP's name translates as "English-lover" followed by her Chinese name, she may just want to learn.
    Rather than guessing, shall we just wait until 英语爱好者丁艳 answers bhai's question?

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    Because i think the grammer is wrong ."giving" not "give"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 英语爱好者丁艳 View Post
    Because I think the grammer is wrong."giving" not "give"
    No, "give" is correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 英语爱好者丁艳 View Post
    Because i I think the grammer grammar is wrong. It should be "giving", not "give"
    Please note my corrections to your post, especially the capitalisation of the pronoun 'I', and the spelling of 'grammar'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    No, "give" is correct.
    Does "give" mean "if you give" here?

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