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    Man

    Here I have tried to explain my problem by the following sentence:

    "Reality is immutable,but it is obvious that man can have access to It only while following the Sharia."

    Here 'man' is the subject that has been omitted in "while following the Sharia". Am I right?

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    Re: Man

    No, 'man' is the subject of 'can'. The rest of the sentence is the predicate.

    Compare: 'Truth is absolute; people can only fully appreciate it by reading the Bible.'

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    Re: Man

    Hi Nousher Ahmed.
    English punctuation is also immutable, for the foreseeable future. Your commas (especially in another post) are wrong. You need to put a comma straight after a word, leave a space, then write another word, as I have done here.

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    Re: Man

    Raymott makes a good point, Nousher Ahmed.

    If you are quoting precisely from a translation, the editing of it leaves a lot to be desired.

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