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Comment on Removing the "Fluff"
is it not possible that
You are absolutely correct. I
You are absolutely correct. I should have stated that there may be errors lurking in the fluff.
The main purpose of this strategy is to let us examine the basic structure of a sentence.
I don't understand why effort
You're referring to the
You're referring to the sentence at 1:13 in the above video.
In this case, GOVERNMENT'S is behaving as an adjective. It tells us more about the noun EFFORTS.
It answers the question "Whose efforts?"
Answer: The GOVERNMENT'S efforts.
Does that help?