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    Ema Bullís speak

    Would it be natural to say: "Ema Bullís speak is related to traveled oneís message." If we want to say that Ema's message is related to the person's message that has traveled.

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    Re: Ema Bullís speak

    I have no idea what that means.

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    Re: Ema Bullís speak

    I want to say:
    Ema's speech is related to the person's message that has traveled before. (Ema is saying the message of that person who has traveled somewhere before.)

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    Re: Ema Bullís speak

    How about Emma Bull's speech is related to/based on one traveller's message?

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    Re: Ema Bullís speak

    Quote Originally Posted by Freeguy View Post
    I want to say:
    Ema's speech is related to the person's message that has traveled before. (Ema is saying the message of that person who has traveled somewhere before.)
    You're going to have to decide whether it's the person who has travelled or the message which has travelled.
    Do you mean that Ema is reading the message of the person who has travelled?

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