Gabriel
Help(please) Hi, there Which of THESE sentences is right? "You might write something and have the person you wanted to read it not read it, but someone you didn't expect at all to read it does” or "You might write something and the person you wanted to read it doesn't read it, but someone you didn't expect at all to read it does”? I know these sentences are kind of cumbersome and convoluted, but I really need to know which one sounds better Thank you!
Jun 12, 2019 2:03 PM
Answers · 3
It's a hard question to answer. The most clear and concise construction is often the best. Without knowing the context, I would consider this variation: "You write something for someone and they never read it. Then someone you never expected to read it does."
June 12, 2019
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