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    enlightening/illminating

    I combine the following two sentences into one as follows. Does it make sense?

    1. I appreciated the value they created.
    2. They selflessly shared their analog-design experiences which were enlightening.

    I appreciated the value that they selflessly shared their analog-design experiences which were quite illuminating.

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    Re: enlightening/illminating

    I appreciated the value of the selfless sharing of their analog-design experience, which was quite enlightening.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: enlightening/illminating

    Quote Originally Posted by contiluo View Post
    I appreciated the value that they selflessly shared their analog-design experiences which were quite illuminating.
    This is not a correct sentence. Here's one way to combine the sentences: I appreciated the value they created by selflessly sharing their enlightening analog design experiences.
    I am not a teacher.

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