Only your first sentence is correct.
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Hello guys, I am writing an essay and wondering which sentence of those is more correct or if their is another suggestion, please say it
it helped thousands of women all over the world get over their infertility problems
it helped thousands of women all over the world get over on their infertility problems
it helped thousands of women all over the world get over their through infertility problems
I have left your third sentence in place above because I am very surprised that you thought that "get over their through" could be correct. Are you sure that's what you meant to suggest?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Thank you for your concentration, for technical part, I do know that but didn't mean correction but for the middle part;)
For third sentence I was wrong, I meant to ask for ( get over through their infertility problems), but thank you for your notes
m3zomo, as you already knew about capital letters and closing punctuation, you should have written your sentences grammatically in post #1 for four reasons:
1. It is a good habit to get into to write grammatically at all times;
2. It is a good example to set for other students who might read your thread;
3. It shows respect for the language and to the teachers and other native speakers here;
4. It would have saved me having to write this and spend five minutes of my life which I'll never get back.
All respect for you guys, And thank you for your Five minutes Rover :)
If you type it with the nose :-) ;-) :-D, it will automatically turn into , , , etc