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could you tell me whether the following sentence is right or wrong. Merci !!!
The Internet allows people not to get separated in relationships over long distances; it gives people a chance to discuss topics they arenīt concerned with in real life and also to talk to people who are unfamiliar to them.
I would say "...prevents people from getting separated...". I'm not sure about "topics they aren't concerned with" -- perhaps "topics they wouldn't normally discuss"?
By the way, there's one thing that really irritates me about how Germans type apostrophes. Even professional sign-writers do it, and you've just done exactly the same thing, and I really don't understand why it happens.
You typed "arenīt", using for the apostrophe the key which (on a German keyboard) is between the ß and the backspace key. But that's not an apostrophe, that's an acute accent, which goes over the E in words like "Café". You'll find the apostrophe if you type Shift # -- between Ä and the enter key.
It may seem like a very small point, but the acute accent actually looks very wrong. It's a mystery to me why Germans always manage to hit the wrong key.