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Help/confusion

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Help/confusion
Message from hasib1234 posted on 18-04-2020 at 13:52:48 (D | E | F)
Hello,
Are there any mistakes in these sentences? Do these sentences have same meaning?
Please help me to remove my confusion.
Thank you!
1.I don't want to see any more posts to be submitted claiming that Covid-19 is a punishment
2. I don't want any more posts being submitted claiming that Covid-19 is a punishnent
3.I don't want any more posts which are submitted claiming that Covid-19 is a punishnent

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Edited by lucile83 on 18-04-2020 17:16
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Re: Help/confusion from gerondif, posted on 18-04-2020 at 15:43:14 (D | E)
Hello
1.I don't want to see any more posts (to be) submitted claiming that Covid-19 is a punishment. ok
2. I don't want any more posts (being) submitted claiming that Covid-19 is a punishnent. ok
3.I don't want any more posts which are submitted(sounds clumsier) claiming that Covid-19 is a punishment.



Re: Help/confusion from traviskidd, posted on 18-04-2020 at 20:01:15 (D | E)
Hello; in my opinion "to see" + "to be" is wrong. Otherwise, "to be", "being", and "which are" are essentially equivalent, but it would be better not to put anything.
- I don't want (to see) any more posts submitted....
See you.



Re: Help/confusion from hasib1234, posted on 19-04-2020 at 21:58:55 (D | E)
Hello,
Please explain the meaning of these sentences.
Are these grammatically correct or not? They are so confusing.
Thank you!

1. I don't want to see any more posts which are submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief.
2. I don't want to see any more posts being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief.
3. I don't want to see any more posts to be submitted claming that Rahim is a thief.
4. I don't want to see any more posts which are being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief.
5. I don't want any more posts which are being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief.
6. I don't want any more posts being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief.
7. I don't want any more posts to be submitted claming that Rahim is a thief.

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Edited by lucile83 on 20-04-2020 08:05
Your 2 posts have been merged.




Re: Help/confusion from lucile83, posted on 20-04-2020 at 09:54:56 (D | E)
Hello,
1. I don't want to see any more posts which are submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief. ... ok but clumsy
2. I don't want to see any more posts being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief. ...ok but clumsy
3. I don't want to see any more posts to be submitted claming that Rahim is a thief. ...ok but clumsy
4. I don't want to see any more posts which are being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief. ...ok but too clumsy
5. I don't want any more posts which are being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief. ...ok but clumsy
6. I don't want any more posts being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief. ...ok but clumsy
7. I don't want any more posts to be submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief....ok but clumsy

I don't want to see any more posts claiming that Rahim is a thief ...would be correct
(a post is a little text submitted in a paper or any other format,then it is useless to add this word in that sentence).



Re: Help/confusion from gerondif, posted on 20-04-2020 at 12:54:42 (D | E)
Hello
I imagine somebody protesting against a certain type of post, of e-mail he is receiving, the idea being :
Stop sending posts pretending that Rahim is a thief.
The simpler it is said, the better it is, no use adding useless words.


1. I don't want to see(read, receive, have to deal with) any more posts which are submitted(useless) claiming that Rahim is a thief.
2. I don't want to see any more posts (being) submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief.
3. I don't want to see any more posts to be submitted claming that Rahim is a thief.
4. I don't want to see any more posts which are being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief.
You could say : I don't like the posts which are being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief but you can't say I don't want to see because the object of that "I don't want to see" can't be "being submitted" at the same time as you don't want the idea of it.

5. I don't want any more posts which are being submitted (useless + see above) claiming that Rahim is a thief.
6. I don't want any more posts being submitted claiming that Rahim is a thief.
7. I don't want any more posts to be submitted claming that Rahim is a thief.




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