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i will try my best

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"I will try my best" is a future tense English sentence. It expresses an individual's intent to commit maximum effort to a task or situation. It's composed of the first-person pronoun "I", the auxiliary verb "will" indicating future tense, the verb "try" conveying attempt, and "my best" indicating the highest level of effort or performance.
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"Even though the task is challenging, I will try my best to complete it successfully."
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"I" is a pronoun used in English language. It's first person singular, used by a speaker to refer to themselves. "I" is always capitalized, regardless of its position in a sentence. It can be a subject, an object, or a complement in a sentence. It's also used in reflexive form as "myself".
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"I enjoy reading books and walking in the park during autumn."
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will

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"Will" is a modal auxiliary verb in English. It's used for forming future tenses, expressing willingness or prediction, and giving commands. It's also used to signify intent or determination. This word originated from Old English "willan" meaning "to wish" or "to desire".
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"Tomorrow, I will start my day with a healthy breakfast and a refreshing morning jog."
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try

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"Try" is a verb in English language. It means to make an attempt or effort to accomplish something. It can be used in various contexts, including giving something a go for the first time, testing to check if something works, or making an effort to achieve a task or goal.
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my

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"My" is a possessive adjective in English. It is used to indicate ownership or a relationship to the speaker, typically preceding a noun. For instance, in "my car", "my" indicates that the car belongs to the speaker. It's derived from Old English "min" and is common in many other Germanic languages.
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best

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"Best" is an adjective and adverb in English. As an adjective, it's the superlative form of "good," denoting the highest quality or most excellent type. As an adverb, it means 'to the highest degree or extent.' It's derived from Old English 'betst.'
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"John believes the best way to start his day is with a brisk jog and a hearty breakfast."
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