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    Does the sentence "I'm proud to be British for an abundant of reason" work?

    Is "an abundant" grammatically correct? Because the word abundant is only an adjective.

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    I'm proud to be British for an abundant of reason. We have been the most powerful country in the world when the British empire was around.

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    Re: Does the sentence "I'm proud to be British for an abundant of reason" work?

    Quote Originally Posted by NewHopeR View Post
    Is "an abundant" grammatically correct? Because the word abundant is only an adjective.

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    I'm proud to be British for an abundant of reason. We have been the most powerful country in the world when the British empire was around.
    "I'm proud to be British for an abundant of reason. We have been the most powerful country in the world when the British empire was around."
    This is incorrect. Where did you find it?

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    Re: Does the sentence "I'm proud to be British for an abundant of reason" work?

    Google. Since it is a British thing, I think it might have a good grammar.

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    Re: Does the sentence "I'm proud to be British for an abundant of reason" work?

    Quote Originally Posted by NewHopeR View Post
    Google. Since it is a British thing, I think it might have a good grammar.
    You still think it's correct, even after reading bhaisahab's reply?

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    Re: Does the sentence "I'm proud to be British for an abundant of reason" work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken Sandwich View Post
    You still think it's correct, even after reading bhaisahab's reply?
    No.
    bhaisahab's opinion is correct.
    But make that sentence correct in grammar please.

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