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  1. abdullahahmad@yahoo.com
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    Smile The right Conjunction

    Hatred,envy,anger and negative thoughts,selfish actions.....all these are not taught by the book but we are given guidance on how to overcome them.
    It appears to me that the conjuction but is incorrect or improper.What is the correct word or substitute here.
    Thanks.

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    Re: The right Conjunction

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    But seems perfectly possible to me, Abdullah. Perhaps it would look better to you preceded by a comma.
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