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    Default This movie makes the viewers enjoy

    If we say,
    "This is movie makes the viewers enjoy.I would undoubtedly recommend it.

    Is is grammatically acceptable?

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    Default Re: This movie makes the viewers enjoy

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopya1984 View Post
    If we say,
    "This is movie makes the viewers enjoy.I would undoubtedly recommend it.

    Is is grammatically acceptable?
    No, it's not. You could say "This is a film/movie that viewers will enjoy. I would recommend seeing it".

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    Default Re: This movie makes the viewers enjoy

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopya1984 View Post
    If we say,
    "This is movie makes the viewers enjoy. I would undoubtedly recommend it.

    Is this grammatically acceptable?
    No it isn't. What does the movie make viewers enjoy?
    The second sentence is not good either. Change "undoubtedly" to something else - maybe "unhesitatingly" or "certainly"...

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