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    Would you explain these sentences for me, please!

    1. There are several ways to make a man's life worth living, of which can bee seen money.
    [I wonder if the clause "of which can bee seen money" is right or wrong. explain it to me ,please!]

    2.We do not care what kind of help we offer no matter how it is money or time.
    Why do we use " no matter how it is money or time" like that?
    In my opinion, we should write : "We do not care what kind of help we offer, money or time."

    3.Such in the happiness of the family it is that homeless people do not have.
    why do we have the inversion of such like that?
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    Re: Would you explain these sentences for me, please!

    Welcome to the forum, codontt2006.

    Where did you read these dreadful sentences? Who wants you to try to make sense of them?

    There is too much to discuss in a single thread. Please ask about them in separate threads with a title relevant to each – 1. of which can be seen money, 2. money or time and 3. happiness of the family.

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    Re: Would you explain these sentences for me, please!

    Would you explain these sentences for me, please!

    1. There are several ways to make a man's life worth living, of which can bee seen money.
    [I wonder if the clause "of which can bee seen money" is right or wrong. explain it to me ,please!]

    Thank for your help in advance.

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    Re: Would you explain these sentences for me, please!

    Answer my questions first, please:

    Where did you read these dreadful sentences? Who wants you to try to make sense of them?

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