Alyosha Radyuk
Do you think the following sentense makes any sense? There's nothing wrong in doing drugs except that it's just wrong thank you
Jul 30, 2019 8:57 AM
Answers · 3
Yes. It is correct and natural. It has a rhetorical approach to counter the common statement "There's nothing wrong with (illegal) drugs. In moderation, they are fine like beer and whisky. In excess, they cause problems like beer and whisky." There's nothing wrong with this car except the tires are old. There's nothing wrong with this house except it's expensive. There's nothing wrong with (illegal) drugs except the personal and social damage they cause. There's nothing wrong with (illegal) drugs except they're wrong.
July 30, 2019
It makes no real sense to me. Only possible way I could interpret would be, "There's nothing wrong in doing drugs except that 'you're not supposed to'. (do drugs)"
July 30, 2019
Yes, sure it does.... At least for me.
July 30, 2019
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