Para Chen
How to rephrase the meaing of the sentence? Even to invest on the education on the largest extent, it's not excessive.
Jun 24, 2019 12:08 PM
Answers · 5
Hi there, interesting question. It's hard to rephrase the sentence accurately without knowing the context where you found it. Is it just a conversation with a friend? Is it something a politician said? Does the author know how much money is available to invest in education? Is the author trying to convince someone? Here is a better version using the words you chose: - Even if we were to invest in education to the largest extent possible, it'd still not be excessive. Here are some other more natural options which might be more suitable for the function of the sentence: - There is no such thing as excessive investment in education. - We can never invest enough in education. / You can never invest too much in education. - If we were to invest everything in education, it might just be enough. If you have any more details to add or any questions, please feel free to ask. :)
June 24, 2019
There are many ways to express your sentiment. Investing in education is worth the money, even if it's expensive. Even if it's expensive, investing in education is worth it. In the worst case scenario, investing in education is still worth it.
June 24, 2019
Hi Para, there are many ways of expressing your sentence. The one that is closest to your example is probably the following. 1.Even if we invested in education on the largest scale possible, it wouldn't be excessive. 2.Even if we invest in education on the largest scale possible, it won't be excessive. Note that in such a sentence, both the conditional form (No. 1: investED...... wouldn't be), and the present-future form (No.2: invest...... WON'T be) would work. Hope this helps, Matt
June 24, 2019
I mean “even if we invest much more in education, it is worth that".
June 24, 2019
What do you mean by 'the largest extent'. I can correct the sentence once I gain some clarity.
June 24, 2019
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