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Could you help me to fix it, please?

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Some people may say that you have to product your information or you have not saved your secret information in the internet if you cannot.
asked Dec 09 '13 at 01:21 daghash Alshammaro New member

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I can't figure out what you are trying to say.  Since you mention secret information on the internet, I suspect that "product" should be "protect."  You end the sentence abruptly without finishing.  If you cannot what?  These are two correction, but they still won't make this into a good sentence that I can understand.

link edited Dec 09 '13 at 02:59 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

I wana say " Some people say you have to product your information; otherwise, not saved your secret information in the internet if you cannot"

daghash AlshammaroDec 09 '13 at 01:42

You have barely changed your words and did not take into account my advice. It still makes no sense. Also note that "wana" is not a word. You mean "want to."

Patty TDec 09 '13 at 02:58

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