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TOPIC: "I seek your help for personal reason"

"I seek your help for personal reason" #91

  • paocschool
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I know it's correct to say "the forces of nature make me realize....."
Is it correct to say, "I seek your help for personal reasons"
If I wish to lay emphasis, it is correct to say,
"I seek your help because of (or through) the forces of my personal reasons",
Or, "I seek your help on strong personal grounds",
Or, "I seek your help for strong personal reasons.
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"I seek your help for personal reason" #92

  • idsgroup
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You suggest several sentences to give a meaning similar to " I seek your help for personal reasons" and wonder if they are correct"
1. Through the forces of circumstances, I seek your help."
(This one sounds more or less okay but it should be " force" (an uncountable sense).
2. "I seek your help because of (or through ) the forces of my personal reasons"
(No, this one doesn't sound like English.)
3. " I seek your help on strong personal grounds"
Yes, this one is fine.
4. " I seek your help for strong personal reasons"
Yes, this one is also fine.
You could also say:
5. Due to circumstances beyond my control, I seek your help."
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