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I need a sentence about what my future holds using 1 infinipive 2 independent clause and a prepositional phrase please help

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    Only you can write this sentence. Give it a try, and one of us will help you.

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    if i understood what all the nouns and adjectives and all the other stuff i would write it my self i promise

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