If you are talking to this group, you can’t just decide to use the word act in the same sentence that you are talking. Act is a verb, and verbs are generally things that are done, not something that happens. It’s also the most common word associated with the act of doing something. But when you actually do something, you are doing it with intention.
This is the hardest part about writing. You can’t think of what you will be saying, and you can’t decide what action you will be doing. I remember when I was writing some college papers, I would write a sentence, then sit down and write what I would be doing if I were to use that sentence. I remember thinking, I will use this sentence and use the act of writing this sentence.
It’s a similar issue to using a word from a different genre, for example, the word “stupid”. You can use the same sentence in each genre, but you are not at the same time using the word in its intended genre.
I have a problem with this. It seems that in the same sentence, we are also writing a sentence that has the same word. This is because if we were to use the words, we would be using them in the same sentence, but in different ways. For example, if I were to say, “I’m going to write a different sentence if I use the word stupid,” this would mean that I am using the word in a different sentence in each of the genres.
In the next sentence, I’m not writing a different sentence if I use the word stupid. So I’m not saying that I’m using the word stupid in the next sentence.
So if you said, Im going to write a different sentence if I use the word bad, this would mean that not only would you be using the word bad in a different sentence, but you would have used it in the same sentence. So you would be using the word bad in a different sentence, but you wouldn’t have used it in the same sentence.
It can be pretty confusing when you’re looking at a sentence and the word you’re talking about is “bad”, but you don’t know the exact context of what you’re talking about. Thats because the word can be used in different contexts, and so it depends on what youre actually talking about.
Words can be used in more than one way, and that makes it impossible to predict the exact context in which you can use a word. For instance, if a person were to say, “I was bad,” they are most likely referring to the person’s character traits. If youre talking about the person youre talking about, you should not be using the word bad in the same sentence as youre talking about the person youre talking about.
Although this is true, you should use your language in a way that makes sense. For instance, a person who is talking about the person theyre talking about, should not say, I was bad. They should say, I was bad because I was bad. Just because the person talking about theyre talking about acts bad does not mean that the person being talked about is behaving bad.
If you want to talk about someone, you can say, they was bad, bad, bad, bad, bad, bad, bad. If you want to talk about something else, you can say, I was bad, because I was bad. For example, a person who says theyre talking about someone who is talking about them and theyre talking about something that is not talking about them, should not say, he was acting like he didnt mean it.