''The ship was carrying a mystery which it couldn't understand how it feels good to drawn it.'' How do I correct it?

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  • 6 months ago
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    This one needs more context. I'm guessing from "feeling good to be drawn to it", it is positive and not something sinister.....


    The ship had an indescribable charm that drew (us, me, them, one) toward it.


    There was something ominous about the ship that captivated our attention.

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  • 6 months ago

    it's completely unintelligible. We cannot possibly correct it because we don't know what you're trying to say. "to drawn" is ungrammatical.The infinitive would be "to draw". But the verb "draw" doesn't make any sense in relation to ships or mysteries.

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