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What's the grammatical subject and object in the second line of words? In other words, how to make the second line of words complete grammatically? Thank you. 1) The point here, though, is that changing employers is not something we want to be doing all the time 2) and certainly not every time we feel the urge for better pay. Is this correct? *It is* certainly not every time we feel the urge for better pay.
Jun 28, 2019 6:07 AM
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Thank you. And is that possible I rewrite the sentence like 'we don't feel the urge for better pay every time'?
June 28, 2019
These two lines are two parts of a complete sentence, and work as they are. The subject in the second line is implied, borrowed from the first line. To make line two into a separate, complete sentence, you could write, "Changing employers is not something you want to do every time you feel the urge for better pay."
June 28, 2019
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