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    You've done your country a great service.

    You've done your country a great service.
    Is the above sentence grammatically correct?

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    Re: You've done your country a great service.

    Quote Originally Posted by sitifan View Post
    You've done your country a great service.
    Is the above sentence grammatically correct?
    Yes.

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    Re: You've done your country a great service.

    Yes. It is an expression meaning the service (deed) that you did was good for the country.

    It is complimenting or praising you for that service.

    It is often heard in military or political award ceremonies.

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