Are these grammatically correct?

I wanted to understand in practice how let go works. In theory it looks easy.

I would like to understand in practice how let go works. In theory it looks easy.

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  • 2 months ago
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    Not quite. Replace let go with "letting go".

  • 2 months ago

    Do you like this phrasing using more relaxed syntax?

    > It looks easy in theory, but I'd like to know how to "let go" in practice.

  • 2 months ago

    You are close to making them grammatically correct, but I am not quite sure what it is you are trying to say. 

    How about these~~

    I wanted to understand, in practice, how letting go works. In theory it looked easy.

    I would like to understand, in practice, how letting go works. In theory it looks easy. 

  • 2 months ago

    letting go is the thing you want info about.  whether you wanted to understand, or would like to understand, depends on if you are talking about how you once felt at some point in the past, or what you desire as an outcome for the future.

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