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I posted a Quote on a social networking website :

It's GOOD to post famous and touching Quotes on FACEBOOK.

But "UNDERSTANDING" it and then clicking ' LIKE ' ; is even GREAT.

One of my friend pointed out: it's not grammatically correct.

May I know what is wrong with it?If something?

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Proofreading is off-topic here. –  RegDwigнt Feb 28 '13 at 14:16
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closed as off topic by RegDwigнt Feb 28 '13 at 14:15

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You can remove the semicolon and the "even". Then it makes sense. (Technically, you shouldn't start your second sentence with "but", so consider replacing the full stop with a comma.)

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Thank you john.Just a thing..is GREAT or there? Or should be greater? –  joey rohan Feb 28 '13 at 14:23
    
You can say either "Clicking like is even better" or "Clicking like is great". –  John Wickerson Feb 28 '13 at 14:27
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