how would y"all re-word this sentence
Losing a family member is a very hard and tragic experience for someone to go through.
Practice writing properly, LaToya, even when you think it doesn't matter. It always matters and will help improve your skills.
Losing a family member is a tragic and difficult experience.
Saying "for someone to go through" is redundant. We can assume that it is "someone" who has lost a family member. When you "go through something", you experience it. You've already noted that it s an experience.
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