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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 1 month ago

Are these 7 sentences grammatically and ethically right?

If things we shouldn't do are on one side of a coin, that doesn't mean that things we should do are on the other side. The other side lists things we shouldn't do too. The things we should do are on the edge of the coin, which most of the people usually don't look at. It's because people always cross the limit of exactitude, when they possess the quality of mercy, bestow, they do more than of this is needful, and when they protest for something, they kick off by abusing and offending others through being self-righteous, and when they complete with someone, they start off by being so aggressive and harming.

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    The sentence beginning "It's because...

    is a run on

    and

    nonsensical.

    Otherwise grammatically correct

    but not well thought-out.

    If things we shouldn't do are on one side of a coin...

    -- right? OK, things we shouldn't do are on one side of a coin --

    The other side lists things we shouldn't do too.

    -- then things we shouldn't do are not just on one side of a coin and the first statement is misleading --

    IF things we shouldn't do are on one side of a coin

    then (normally one thinks) the other side of the coin MUST have something ELSE

    it should read

    - If things we shouldn't do are listed on two sides of a coin...

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