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    I told her the Balkans is

    These two sentences are from my short story I am currently writing. I am not sure if they are correct, especially the second sentence. Is it grammatically correct to say "I feel I am living a real life"? Would you please correct my mistakes?

    I told her the Balkans is where my roots are. I could not tell her that when I am there it is the only time I feel I am living a real life.

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    Re: I told her the Balkans is

    Your sentences are possible.

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