grammar question: What is there is not there...
What is there is not there; what is not there is there.
Is this grammatically correct?
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Re: grammar question: What is there is not there...
Yes, it's grammatically correct.
Originally Posted by liza
what is there = noun phrase - subject
is not there = predicate
what is not there = noun phrase - subject
is there = predicate
As the two independent clauses are related, it makes sense to join them with a semicolon. They could also be joined with "and - conjunction". A comma would be required before "and". You could also write them as two separate sentences.
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