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    #1

    a question needs to be answered

    " I stopped drinking milk for no other reasons than my stomache not wanting it anymore."
    Is it grammatical correct?

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    Re: a question needs to be answered

    I think it is, except 'stomach' does not have 'e' at the end of it. But I'm not a teacher.

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    Re: a question needs to be answered

    I would restate your example as, "I stopped drinking milk for no other reason (singular) than my stomach didn't want it anymore".

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