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When faced with trials, it’s hard to imagine that any good can come from them.

 

When facing trials, it's hard to imagine any good coming from them.

 

When faced with trials, it's hard to imagine any good coming from them.

asked Nov 11 '13 at 00:39 Susan New member

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I liked the third one best.  'Facing trials' conjures up an image of being in court.

 

When faced with trials, it's hard to imagine any good coming from them.

link comment answered Nov 11 '13 at 00:48 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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