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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 11 months ago

Does the sentence “You complete me as a whole” Make sense?

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  • 11 months ago
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    No. "You complete me" is all that is needed. "You complete me as a whole" is redundant. Something that is 'complete' is whole. BTW--I think that's a line from the film 'Jerry McGuire.'' If you're using it in a situation where you need to be accountable for what you write, or say, give credit to the source.

  • 11 months ago

    It makes sense, in that I understand what you're trying to say.

    Is it the best way to say it? No.

  • John P
    Lv 7
    11 months ago

    I think I understand what you want to say, but that sentence is nowhere near normal English.

  • Laurie
    Lv 7
    11 months ago

    It is redundant.. anything that is complete is whole.

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  • 11 months ago

    It's repetitively redundant. And stupid. If you need someone else to "complete" you, you're in trouble. You need to be whole by yourself. I assume you're trying to tell someone that you love them. Tell them that. Any sane person would run from someone who's needy enough to say they need the other person to complete them.

  • Lv 7
    11 months ago

    you complete me

    you make me whole

    never together. it just sounds needy and fake.

  • Anonymous
    11 months ago

    No.................

  • Anonymous
    11 months ago

    No, It's bad grammar.

  • 11 months ago

    It seems redundant to me. If something is complete, it is whole.

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