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    #1

    I "can" or "can't" visit the whole world on my own money.

    I "can" or "can't" visit the whole world on my own money.

    Please check.

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    #2

    Re: I "can" or "can't" visit the whole world on my own money.

    The sentence makes no sense.

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    #3

    Re: I "can" or "can't" visit the whole world on my own money.

    Whether you can or can't visit the whole world at your own expense depends on whether you have enough money.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: I "can" or "can't" visit the whole world on my own money.

    It's 'visiting the whole world' that doesn't make sense. 'Visiting every country in the world' is a slightly more realistic ambition, though a pointless exercise however much money you have.

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    Re: I "can" or "can't" visit the whole world on my own money.

    I guess the intended meaning is 'travel around the world'.
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    Re: I "can" or "can't" visit the whole world on my own money.

    Good point, Matthew. That's certainly a more frequently undertaken odyssey, though there is no definitive itinerary, and usually visits only a small number of countries.

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    Re: I "can" or "can't" visit the whole world on my own money.

    I can travel round the world at my own expense.

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    Re: I "can" or "can't" visit the whole world on my own money.

    That's good.

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