''Death would have been a relieve, but it seemed he wasn't supposed to be relieved.'' How do I CORRECT THIS?

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  • Alan
    Lv 7
    6 months ago
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    1st : a relieve (is incorrect) should be "a relief"

    Death would have been a relief, but it seemed he wasn't supposed

    to be relieved.

    Cannot correct the second part unless I understood what you are

    really trying to say.

    Did you mean in a odd way that he wasn't going to die and therefore

    he is not going to be relieved?

    If yes,

    Death would have been a relief, but it appeared he going to live in

    continued pain (sorrow,etc.)

    • Alan
      Lv 7
      6 months agoReport

      Left out an "is" he's going (not just "he going")
      sorry.

      Death would have been a relief, but it appeared he's going to live in
      continued pain (sorrow,etc.)

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  • Relief... Not relieve

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  • 6 months ago

    The first one should be "relief," since it's a noun. The second is a verb.

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