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    She is a beloved nurse applying for an important job at the Ministry of Health

    In the sentence "She is a beloved nurse applying for an important job at the Ministry of Health", is the grammar correct?

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    Re: She is a beloved nurse applying for an important job at the Ministry of Health

    Yes.

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    Re: She is a beloved nurse applying for an important job at the Ministry of Health

    I can't imagine anyone I know uttering a sentence like that.

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    Re: She is a beloved nurse applying for an important job at the Ministry of Health

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    I can't imagine anyone I know uttering a sentence like that.
    I can imagine the sentence being spoken on an episode of Downton Abbey! It sounds so British to my American ears!!

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