Death is (the) most natural thing in the world like being born (was/is) that everyone have a chance to experience it once.
Could anyone please shed some light on my sentence? Does it make sense? Please let me know if you find any mistake in it. Are the word in brackets needed? Thanks in advance.
No, your sentence is no good the way it is. It needs some serious rewording. Here is a suggestion:
Death is the most natural thing in the world; like birth, it is something (that) everyone gets a chance to experience once.
The word “the” is necessary, and the word “that” is optional in my sentence.
[size=75]“He was a great patriot, a humanitarian, a loyal friend - provided, of course, that he really is dead.” ~ Voltaire[/size]
Thanks alot, Amy.
edit: Have you ever used Yankee and AmYankee as your user name? I know there’s another teacher whose name is Amy, but I’m not sure if you are the same person.