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    Tan Elaine is offline Key Member
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    Default Is the second sentence correct in relation to the first?

    Ivy is not participating in the dance competition. Judy is not doing so as well.

    Is the second sentence correct in relation to the first?

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    Default Re: Is the second sentence correct in relation to the first?

    Not a teacher

    I would say it is. It means they both are not participating in the dance comptetition.

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    Default Re: Is the second sentence correct in relation to the first?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    Ivy is not participating in the dance competition. Judy is not doing so either.


    Rover

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    Default Re: Is the second sentence correct in relation to the first?

    "Neither is Judy."

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