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    Question GRAMMAR

    Is it a right sentence according to grammar?
    "Are you having a good time?"
    yours!

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    Re: GRAMMAR

    Quote Originally Posted by muhammad10 View Post
    Is it a right sentence according to grammar?
    "Are you having a good time?"
    yours!
    Welcome to the forums. Your sentence is perfectly correct.

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    Re: GRAMMAR

    sounds perfect to me ,too.

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