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    Iíve always been someone ... has been ... to accomplish it Candy Town 2

    Hello again!

    Iíve always been someone has been a big believer if you put your mind to your to be able to accomplish it. However this wasnít until I started to try to get pregnant. I was really shellshocked that I wasnít able to get pregnant because I thought I was very healthy and same with me.

    Could we take the whole sentence into account?

    Iíve always been someone has been a big believer if you put your mind to your to be able to accomplish it.

    I think there is something missing from it.

    Shouldn't it read as follows?

    Iíve always been someone WHO/THAT has been a big believer if you put your mind to your ???? to be able to accomplish it.

    Maybe the author meant to say "if you put your mind to IT????"

    What do you think?

    By the way, what do you call the intentional omission of relative pronouns.

    Isn't it a Greek word?

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    Re: Iíve always been someone ... has been ... to accomplish it Candy Town 2

    I know that according to the rules neither religion nor politics should be discussed. I don't think it is the case in this case. A believer may mean a supporter. Please put me right if I am wrong.

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    Re: Iíve always been someone ... has been ... to accomplish it Candy Town 2

    There is so much wrong with the sentences quoted that it's difficult to know where to start.

    What's 'Candy Town' anyway?

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    Re: Iíve always been someone ... has been ... to accomplish it Candy Town 2

    Candy Town is a computer game for kids based around the Peanuts (Snoopy) cartoon. Candy Town 2 is the sequel. I have no idea what the game has to do with the contents of that post.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Iíve always been someone ... has been ... to accomplish it Candy Town 2

    if you put your mind to your to be able to accomplish it
    I would reduce this to simply if you put your mind to it.

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