[Grammar] how to make a sentence

soethihatin

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I would like to make a sentence; it's including "empowers to the World". But I don't want to be the subject is "He", "She" and "it"
 

emsr2d2

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I would like to make a sentence ​(no semi-colon here) [STRIKE]it's[/STRIKE] including "empowers to the world" (no full stop here) but I don't want [STRIKE]to be[/STRIKE] the subject [STRIKE]is[/STRIKE] to be "He", "She" [STRIKE]and [/STRIKE] or "it".

Welcome to the forum. :hi:

1. Why do you want to write this sentence?
2. Why don't you want the subject to be "He/she/it"?

Note my corrections above.
 

Charlie Bernstein

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1. Most sentences are a subject, a verb, and an object.

2. He, she, and it are pronouns. Just pick one and replace it with a noun. Easy.

3. Your big problem is that "empowers to the world" isn't natural. It's just a string of random words that don't mean anything. So it will be hard to make a sentence that does mean anything.

So as Emsr2d2 says, maybe you can tell us more about what you're trying to do.
 
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