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    #1

    Is my sentence correct?

    Is my sentence grammatically correct?

    1. Either I am here or not, you can do your work
    2. You can do your work even I am not here
    3. Why do i? (or why should I) you can do your work without me,
    4. Don’t expect me, You do your work


    Please correct my sentence if it is wrong… Thanks in advance

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    #2

    Exclamation Re: Is my sentence correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by sureshfina View Post
    Is my sentence grammatically correct?

    1. Whether (Either) I am here or not, you can do your work. (Delete Either as either..or is a coordinating conjuction which is not appropriate here)
    2. You can do your work even if I am not here
    3. Why should I, you can do your work without me, (Use why should I)
    4. Don’t expect me, You do your work.


    Please correct my sentence if it is wrong… Thanks in advance
    mrm

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    #3

    Re: Is my sentence correct?

    1. Whether I am here or not, you can do your work
    2. You can do your work even if I am not here
    3. Why should I (be here)? You can do your work without me.
    4. Don’t expect me (to be here). You do your work.

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