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    Sentence Check

    All ages family fun.

    Wholesome fun for the whole family and for all ages.

    Is the italic sentence a valid shorter form of the bold sentence? Don't mind the adjectives. Thanks.

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    Re: Sentence Check

    No, it's really awkward.

    Family fun for all ages.
    Wholesome fun for the entire family.
    Wholesome fun for all ages.

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