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    Verb inspire/help

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    Verb inspire/help
    Message from dalel09 posted on 27-08-2018 at 17:32:53 (D | E | F)
    Good afternoon,
    I'm confused between get inspired and be inspired.
    Could you please tell me witch which sentence is the right one or what's the difference between the two.
    Besides, I want to know if this paragraph contains mistakes or not :
    "I get inspired by nature: moon and stars in particular.
    Watching them inspires me both in renewing my energy and strengthening my faith because camparing the human being to that vast universe where we live remaind me to take things easy so I focus only on my goals."
    Thanks at in advance.

    Edited by lucile83 on 27-08-2018 18:20

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