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Is this sentence correct ?

Nothing in the whole universe speaks louder than sun for the existence of God. 

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  • 2 months ago
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    Original sentence:

    > Nothing in the whole universe speaks louder than sun for the existence of God.

    1) Omit "whole" to give the sentence more power

    > Nothing in the universe speaks louder than sun for the existence of God.

    2) Add "the" before "sun"

    > Nothing in the universe speaks louder than the sun for the existence of God.

    3) You can consider shuffling the sentence elements to end on your main idea

    > Nothing in the universe speaks louder for the existence of God than the sun.

    4) In high-stakes writing like college applications, for publication, for public speaking, etc, you should probably change "louder" to "more loudly." Otherwise, you can consider letting "louder" stand.

    > Nothing in the universe speaks more loudly for the existence of God than the sun.

    FROM THIS ...

    > Nothing in the whole universe speaks louder than sun for the existence of God.

    ... TO THIS

    > Nothing in the universe speaks more loudly for the existence of God than the sun.

  • 2 months ago

    The poster below has a good sentence structure. But another one could be:

    "In the whole universe nothing speakes louder for the existance of God than the sun".

    You do need "the", to set the sun off as a unique thing.

    Source(s): Native American English speaker for 68 years.
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