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What was left out in 'something you never understood, or something you never knew,,,'? Every student should regularly experience the “Aha!” - when something you never understood, or something you never knew was a mystery, becomes clear. Do you think 'that' is left out before the subject clause 'something you never knew was a mystery'? Thank you!
25 oct. 2012 10:14
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The sentence is fine as it is. I break up the sentence below: You experience the feeling of discovery when something becomes clear. You experience the feeling of discovery when something you never understood becomes clear. You experience the feeling of discovery when something you never knew was a mystery becomes clear.
28 octobre 2012
Sanya
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English
Learning Language
English