correct these sentence

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The students trying their best to look cute and not succeeding.

The students are trying their best to look cute, but they are not succeeding.

Lisette is right in her correction.

What you posted originally is not a sentence -- it's a fragment of a sentence because there is not a complete verb in the first part.


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