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    Stay in the office ?

    Dear Teachers,

    1) I often stay in the office so I donít come home.
    2) I donít like man/ person who are patriarch and conservative.

    Are these sentences grammatically right ?

    Thanks a lot.

    Best regards.

    Namsteven.

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    Re: Stay in the office ?

    1) I often stay in the office so I donít come home. Correct
    2) I donít like men/people who are patriarchAL and conservative.

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