Talk:Greatest Game/Maxwell/Consider the dream

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I knew what I was saying and why when I structured my sentence that way. Placing a phrase between two commas like that means the entire snippet between the two commas could be removed and it would still be a proper sentence. However, it's there to add context and meaning to the rest of the sentence. Turing it into two separate sentences actually alters the meaning of what's being said a lot and causes it to become choppy. (I did, however, reverse the syntax of the previous point between the two commas in order to add some punch to the sentence. Also to make it a little more clear the sentence is supposed to be structured like that by making it sound wrong to end the sentence there as it is now.) Jemini (talk) 08:02, 2 August 2020 (CEST)