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    When a young monk

    Hi all,

    Is there any grammatical error in the sentence?

    When a young monk is forced to leave his impoverished monastery, he relies on his extraordinary martial arts skills to survive in the outside world. In search of a mentor, he crosses paths with a Kung Fu master who is in possession of the Book of Secrets, revealing the lost art of the deadly Ape Strike Kung Fu technique. The book is coveted by a sinister father and son, will go to any extremes to obtain it. The monk finds himself in a deadly battle to protect both the book and his master.

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    Re: When a young monk

    No, I can't find any. I would have thought that such stories originate from Hong Kong rather than India where you are from.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: When a young monk

    Quote Originally Posted by tedmc View Post
    No, I can't find any. I would have thought that such stories originate from Hong Kong rather than India where you are from.
    Yes it's a HK movie. I'm writing those selected movies synopsis for the blog purposes.

    I’m just little confused with this third line, “The book is coveted by a sinister father and son who will go to any extremes to obtain it. I would prefer not to put “who”, is that good to read without who? Or should come with who?
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 28-Jul-2015 at 17:58. Reason: Removed duplicate sentences.

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    Re: When a young monk

    The sentence does not make sense if you take out "who".
    I am not a teacher.

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