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What does 'The miracle is that...'mean? The sentence is below. The miracle is that there are people who can say it with a straight face. I understand this part("there are people who can say it with a straight face"), I'm not sure 'The miracle is that...' implies.
Aug 27, 2018 4:14 PM
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To say "It's a miracle" implies that "it's amazing" or incredible.. or any other synonym. The writer is saying it's amazing that people can say it with a straight face.
August 27, 2018
Hello. In my opinion the sentence is correct. I would suggest adding a comma like this: The miracle is that, there are people who can say it with a straight face. The comma here permits the two sentences to be joined in one. The miracle is that in this case means, that it is surprising/unusual that there are individuals who can (whatever is being referred to in this case) with a straight face. Hope this helps.
August 27, 2018
It's normally impossible to say it with a straight face the miracle for him is some can say it with a straight face.
August 27, 2018
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