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Schokokuchen wrote:Would you say that my English sample sentences are correct or do they sound odd to the English ear?
Mars80 wrote:"You should always do your best" can be ambiguous. You generically or you specifically?
Is there any doubt that the exhortation to "do your best" is meant to apply to everyone, including the speaker?When I spoke with Steadman at that youth leadership conference, I didn't prepare and do my best. Not really. I was too consumed with self-pity. But I have learned that you should always do your best. Thank goodness Stedman and others saw more in me and my abilities than I did.
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