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    #1

    to take it too far

    Please check my sentences.
    a. Do you actually think he took it too far with with his training?
    b. No I don't. But I strongly believe he carried things too far with his job.
    c. I commonly believe it will take it too far to maintain such a thing.

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    #2

    Re: to take it too far

    Quote Originally Posted by britfan View Post
    Please check my sentences.
    a. Do you actually think he took it too far with with his training?
    b. No I don't. But I strongly believe he carried things too far with his job.
    c. I commonly believe it will take it too far to maintain such a thing.
    a and b are OK. I don't know what c is supposed to mean.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #3

    Re: to take it too far

    You have with with in the first.

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