I have a problem with personal pronouns in the following example: “in our life, test comes and goes, but at all times in laughter and sorrow”
“in our life, test comes and goes, but at all times in laughter and sorrow”
In this sentence 'our' refers to more than one person. Typically, unless 'our' refers to a family, only one person can have a life. If many people have a life, then they have "lives".
"In our lives, tests come and go. . . ."
I hope this helps.
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