Thank you. And if I want to say " Believed in what you believed, insisted in what you insisted and someday you can proved to others that you're right."does this sentence make sense,and does it sounds natural?
Hmm it might sound better if you say, "Believe in what you believe, insist on what you insisted and someday you can prove to others that you're right." It makes it more present tense rather than past tense. It makes more sense as well and it actually seems insightful :D
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