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Are these sentences correct? - Contrary to popular belief/opinion, you can learn at any age. - Contrary to popular belief/opinion, there's learning ability at any age. - Unlike the general/public beliefs, it is possible to learn at any age. How can I say that sentence in a natural way? Thanks in advance.
Jun 18, 2015 2:57 PM
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The first sentence is perfect. The second one isn't quite right. 'Contrary to public belief/opinion, you have the ability to learn at any age' or indeed 'Contrary to public belief/opinion, it is possible to learn at any age.' The first clause of the third sentence isn't right. The clause you used in the first two sentences is fine.
June 18, 2015
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