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    Which sentence sounds better?

    Hello. I'm just looking for the better sounding of these two equivalent sentences:
    "Sometimes one likes to ask himself questions in which only his own answer is suitable."
    "Sometimes it's pleasant to ask oneself questions in which only one's own answer is suitable."
    If you would help me more, I think that perhaps a third equivalent sentence could sound better than these two. Thank you in advance.

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    Re: Which sentence sounds better?

    "Sometimes it's pleasant to ask oneself questions, to which only one's own answers are suitable."

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