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    Lightbulb The next 30 days are very critical

    I have translated these sentences from Bengali. Are these sentences correct? Please give me your opinion.

    The next 30 days are very critical, if careful, the nation will be saved: Health Minister.

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    Re: The next 30 days are very critical

    Quote Originally Posted by Dukul12345 View Post
    I have translated these sentences from Bengali. Are these sentences correct? Please give me your opinion.

    "The next 30 days are very critical. If [we are] careful, the nation will be saved." (Health Minister)
    See above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #3

    Re: The next 30 days are very critical

    How about safe? According to Johns Hopkins, Bangladesh currently has very few cases, so it isn't lost now, but is at risk for the coming weeks.

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