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    Is this setence sentence correct without the verbs ?

    Sentence: "I asked a question to him which was bit uncomfortable"

    Is the above sentence correct without the verbs (has, had, have) between "I__asked..." ?

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    Re: Is this setence sentence correct without the verbs ?

    Razer,
    You should make it "I asked him a question which was a bit uncomfortable."

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    Re: Is this setence sentence correct without the verbs ?

    Razer/Gabber: I would add ".....which was a bit uncomfortable ('for him' or 'for me')" depending on the context and who was "uncomfortable".

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