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    #1

    You cannot realize how inconvenient it is...

    Hello.

    You cannot realize how inconvenient it is to be unable to make yourself understood in a foreign language, before you go to a country where your language is not spoken.

    Are there any errors in this sentence?

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    #2

    Re: You cannot realize how inconvenient it is...

    Quote Originally Posted by Daruma View Post
    Hello.

    You cannot realize how inconvenient it is to be unable to make yourself understood in a foreign language, before you go to a country where your language is not spoken.

    Are there any errors in this sentence?

    Semantic, syntactical or stylistic errors?

    i've altered it a bit:

    You cannot realize how inconvenient it is to be unable not to understand a foreign language before you go to a country where your native language is not spoken.


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    #3

    Re: You cannot realize how inconvenient it is...

    Is my sentence stylistically awkward and grammatically incorrect?

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