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  1. wotcha22
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    your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy it / to enjoy.

    1. Your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy it.

    2. Your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy.

    Which one is grammatical?
    Last edited by wotcha22; 04-Dec-2014 at 19:36.

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    Re: your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy it / to enjoy.

    A full stop on the end would make them equally correct. Also, leaving off the 'it' would be unnatural.

  3. wotcha22
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    Re: your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy it / to enjoy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    A full stop on the end would make them equally correct. Also, leaving off the 'it' would be unnatural.

    Sorry for he mistake!

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    Re: your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy it / to enjoy.

    As amended, the first is correct.

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    Re: your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy it / to enjoy.

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha22 View Post
    Sorry for the mistake!
    Making a mistake in an apology for a mistake is rather unfortunate!
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy it / to enjoy.

    Re:

    Your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy it.


    Once you've got it right why keep looking?


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    Re: your life is so busy that you have no time to enjoy it / to enjoy.

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    As amended, the first is correct.
    Yes, as edited, the first is correct. I replied to the unedited original post.

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