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    Are the following sentences correct?

    1) " I don't want to come there ever."

    2) "They are blessed with a baby girl."

    3) " They are proud parents of a baby girl."

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    Default Re: sentence structure

    Quote Originally Posted by rainyday View Post
    Are the following sentences correct?

    1) " I don't want to come there ever."

    2) "They are blessed with a baby girl."

    3) " They are proud parents of a baby girl."
    2 and 3 are OK. In #1, it should be "come here" or "go there" if you want to keep "ever" at the end, there should be a comma before it and probably an exclamation mark after it. Otherwise you could move it to between "don't" and "want". "I don't ever want to go there/come here again".

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