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I can't tell if this sentence is grammatically incorrect!

Post by sevandy » Fri Apr 05, 2019 11:05 pm

While writing a personal piece of literature, I wrote this sentence attempting to describe an action. "Do everything you are doing exactly as much as you are confident of being able to achieve." Basically, this sentence is an instruction advising the reader to perform every action with complete confidence in their own ability. This sentence also looks somewhat nonsensical to me, but at the same time makes perfect sense. I'm not sure if I somehow invented my own grammar or it really is correct.
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Re: I can't tell if this sentence is grammatically incorrect!

Post by Firefox » Sat May 04, 2019 12:53 am

Do everything you are doing exactly as much as you are confident of being able to achieve. :nok:
Sorry, the above sentence doesn't really make sense.

Why don't you say:
Perform every action with complete confidence in your own ability. :ok:
That makes perfect sense :mrgreen:

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