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    Joe333 is offline Member
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    Default Is this sentence right grammatically

    Friends does this sentence of mine grammatically correct.

    Sentence: "I'm not being able to believe it's raining here in NY in this month."

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    Default Re: Is this sentence right grammatically

    Quote Originally Posted by razer View Post
    Friends, is this sentence of mine grammatically correct?

    Sentence: "I can't believe it's raining here in NY (in February)(this month)."

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