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Please help me here!

found this sentence confusing; help me identify and correct the mistake(s) in it.

 

"Alone, success is hardly possible; together, it is inevitable."

 

Thanks.

Regards.

Lazarus.

asked Feb 17 at 06:06 JOB LAZARUS OKELLO New member

"Please help me here." (We don't really need an exclamation mark.)

Thank you, Lazarus, for presenting your question as a polite request rather than a brusque demand. I wish more members would try this.

JedFeb 19 at 20:47

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'Alone' appears to modify 'success', and 'together' appears to modify 'it'.  We need something like:

 

"When you work alone, success is hardly possible; when you collaborate, success is inevitable".

link comment edited Feb 19 at 20:44 Jed Grammarly Fellow

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