Which choice is better?


Whai I need now is a miracle.


A miracle is what I need now.


A miracle is needed now.

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But which choice should be used?
asked Oct 06 '13 at 02:57 GENTRY CUTSFORTH New member

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You can use any of these sentences.  They all mean the same thing.

link answered Oct 06 '13 at 03:27 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

Which of the first two has more "punch"? I know they all have the same meaning.

GENTRY CUTSFORTHOct 06 '13 at 07:59

I don't think any one has any more punch than the other.

Patty TOct 07 '13 at 11:55

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Amiracle   is  what  I need now .

this is a sample present  sentence .

Amiracle is subject . this is a direct explantion .


What I need  now is amiracle .

this is indirect explanation , it's con be a wish .


Amiracacle is needed now 

This is  general needs , ( my be every one ,or time need )

link answered Oct 06 '13 at 11:52 Mahjabin Andar New member

Very interesting. Thank you Mahjabin--you are amiracle.

GENTRY CUTSFORTHOct 06 '13 at 21:30

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