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    limitless promise

    Is it feasible to change the sentence “The future holds limitless promise” into a noun phrase?

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    Re: limitless promise

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    Is it feasible to change the sentence “The future holds limitless promise.” into a noun phrase?
    It is possible; try to do it.

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    Re: limitless promise

    Holding the limitless promise of the future

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    Re: limitless promise

    'The limitless promise of the future'
    Nothing is holding 'the limitless promise' of the future. The future is holding limitless promise.

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