I will be recompensed.

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I will be recompensed.

Post by susieq » Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:26 pm

Hi everybody,

Could you please tell me if my English sentence is correct and if my punctuation (in English example) is correct? This sentence is in the introduction of a writer who is describing her purposes of writing.

My attempt: If I can achieve this with them, I will be recompensed. (but doesn't it sound better to write "then it will be worth it" or maybe "then my goal has been accomplished"?

Thank you so much.

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Re: I will be recompensed.

Post by Joe » Mon Nov 21, 2016 5:27 am

"I will be recompensed" suggest that you will receive some money (for example).

The other options may be better. It all depends on what you really want to convey.

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