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    Default any grammar error?

    Hello

    Are these sentences correct in terms of grammar?


    His doctor says he has a pre-existing arthritic condition in his neck and this is a long-term problem that should not be disabling and there is no reason for him not to be driving a car.

    thank you

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    Default Re: any grammar error?

    not a teacher

    The sentence would probably be clearer like this:

    His doctor says he has a pre-existing arthritic condition in his neck and although this is a long-term problem, it should not be disabling and there is no reason for him not to be driving a car.

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