LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||16/DEZ/2011 1:36 AM|
Dale answer is very good, applies in most contexts.
My additions (hunches here, not exactly answers), more of a set of sentences to be "proofed"/commented/confirmed/changed etc...
I will assume the ones not commented (if any), as being natural way of speaking in English.
His/her urge to help only made the situation worse/only worsened the situation.
- In the urge to help, he/she only spoils the guys, this way they never will be independent enough.
- It turn out that his urge to help only made the problem ten times worse, in the end.
- In his eagerness to help, but without the necessary skills only put him and the people around in a dangerous situation.
- His urge to help the guy involved in an accident only damaged the guy still more.
- His urge to help others problably made him sorry this time, it didn´t work; the inevitable bad result only brought stress, anxiety, and trouble for him.
- Despite his good intent, his urge to help, along with doing the innapropriate action only made things worse.
- What a mess he has done, after not resisting his urge to "help"! (kinda ironic...)
- His urge to help (without thinking) and making risky moves only made things worse.
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