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    heart involved

    Which is correct?
    A heart to involve or a heart to be involved?
    And can you tell me the difference?
    Thank you so much.
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    Last edited by teechar; 26-May-2017 at 14:51.

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    Re: heart involved

    Quote Originally Posted by Niehan22 View Post
    Which is correct "a heart to involve" or "a heart to be involved"?
    And can you tell me the difference?
    Thank you so much.
    God bless everyone.
    Hello Niehan22, and welcome to the forum.
    As they are, neither makes much sense to me. Can you please give us a full sentence, or describe the context in which you wish to use them?

    Note also that I have changed the title of your thread to include some keywords from your actual question.

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