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    khurdull is offline Newbie
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    Cool The book satisfied me in a way that it represented...

    The book satisfied me in a way that it represented my feelings about right now vividly.

    I was wondering if "vividly" could go together in the sentence.

    Always Thank you for your help :) Have a good day.

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    GoesStation is offline Moderator
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    Re: The book satisfied me in a way that it represented...

    Put the adverb immediately before the verb it modifies (i.e., write "vividly represented my feelings" - though I suggest you find a different adverb).

    "My feelings about right now" doesn't make sense.

    Give this one another try.
    I am not a teacher.

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