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Is there anything from whose perspective, this thing can be good.

I would like to know if this expression sounds right to natives? I think grammatically it is right, but it seems a little unnatural.

What would be the right construct for this expression?

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It certainly does not sound natural. Grammatically, the comma needs to be deleted, and a question mark must replace the period.

A simpler, more natural rephrase would be Is there any perspective from which this could be considered beneficial/positive?

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Or, to keep more inline with the original sentence, you could say:

Is there any perspective from which this could be considered a good thing?

This makes it a little more "chatty", which is good, especially if you're using the word thing.

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