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1. Billions of far-away stars are much bigger than our Sun.

(Is this statement correct? What is the meaning of 'billions of far-away stars'?")

2. What if I look like a fool in front of people?
(What is the full form of "What if...? Is it #3? Or do you have some more suitable expressions?)

3. What should I do if I look like a fool in front of people?

  • English -

    Many distant stars are much bigger than the sun.

    Number 3 is a good answer to number 2.

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