2 March

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A. Before Jim went away to college, we'd fight sometimes, but there was no one I admired or wanted to impress more. I know it sounds pathetic, but somehow my life doesn't seem completely real without Jim to share in it.

Q1) Is this part "without Jim to share in it" correct English?

Q2) Does "to share in it" describe "Jim" ?

Q3) What does "without Jim to share in it" mean?

Would you answer three questions one by one?

I really want to know

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