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    After a divorce, many people suffer

    Would you please help me with these sentences and correct my mistakes? Is it correct to start after "empty" with "but not Maria whose wings..." or do I need to add something like "but it was not the case with Maria whose wings grew strong..."

    After a divorce, many people suffer and feel empty, but not Maria whose wings grew strong and she felt free like a bird. She immediately undertook a trip around the world and had a time of her life.

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    Re: After a divorce, many people suffer

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassim View Post
    Would you please help me with these sentences and correct my mistakes? Is it correct to start write after "empty" with "but not Maria whose wings..." after "empty", or do I need to add something like "but it was not the case with Maria whose wings grew strong..."?

    After a divorce, many people suffer and feel empty, but not Maria, whose wings grew strong and she who felt free like a bird. She immediately undertook a trip went traveling around the world and had the time of her life.
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