Ezzat Yaseen
The Ultimate Meaning of Having a lot of Money Having a lot of money is considered as the ultimate goal for most of us. Nothing is wrong with that unless possessing that money will not make us forget that the ultimate meaning of possessing it is helping others as much as we can do. Otherwise we don't deserve owning it. I will go further to say that helping others should be the main motivation to have that money.
Feb 28, 2021 8:19 PM
Corrections · 2
The Ultimate Meaning of Having a lot of Money [Having a lot of money is considered as the ultimate goal for most of us.] "Having a lot of money is considered the ultimate goal for most of us." ** the 'as' after 'considered' is not necessary [Nothing is wrong with that unless possessing that money will not make us forget that the ultimate meaning of possessing it is helping others as much as we can do] "Nothing is wrong with that unless possessing money makes us forget that the ultimate meaning of it is to help others as much as possible." **I think this is what you're trying to say here, your original sentence is what we would consider a 'run-on sentence.' Since you're not referring to a specific kind of money, putting 'that' before 'money' is not necessary. [Otherwise we don't deserve owning it. ] "Otherwise, we don't deserve to own it." **You're so close! The infinitive form of 'own' is most appropriate here. [I will go further to say that helping others should be the main motivation to have that money.] ** Taking out the 'that' before 'money' would be the only correction in this sentence. Let me know if you have any questions (: Tiffany
Feb 28, 2021 9:08 PM
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Ezzat Yaseen
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Arabic, English, Spanish
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