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"the opportunity to dedicate my life to my passion is something I do not intend to let go of"

Is this grammatically correct?

  • grammar -

    Technically it is not correct because you've ended the sentence with a preposition. It's also unnecessarily wordy and negative.

    How about?

    I intend to dedicate my life to my passion.

  • grammar -

    Nothing else excites me more than dedicating my life to my passion.

    how's this?

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    That is excellent!

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