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    #1

    another sentense

    is it correct?

    *(it= a cretin tool I'm telling about)

    "it frees your mind from routines to think about main and innovative ‎activities. ‎"


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    Re: another sentense

    Quote Originally Posted by falfuly View Post
    is it correct?

    *(it= a cretin tool I'm telling about)

    "it frees your mind from routines to think about main and innovative ‎activities. ‎"
    How abou this:

    "It frees your mind from routine so that you could think ..."

    However, I'm not sure that 'main and innovative activities' makes much sense lexically.


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    #3

    Re: another sentense

    how about this:

    it frees your mind from routines so that you could think about the main activities and process innovations.


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    Re: another sentense

    Quote Originally Posted by falfuly View Post
    how about this:

    It frees your mind from the routines so that you could think about the main activities and process innovations.
    This version sounds much better. The sentence is grammatically correct. To be sure that it's perfect in terms of style we need an opinion of a native speaker.

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