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    I'm still learning is offline Junior Member
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    Lightbulb Is this sentence correct?

    What I'm trying to say here is that no matter where we are, we can still pray to God.

    Should I write, "We can pray to God from wherever we are."

    Is this sentence correct?

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    Re: Is this sentence correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by I'm still learning View Post
    What I'm trying to say here is that no matter where we are, we can still pray to God.

    Should I write, "We can pray to God from wherever we are."

    Is this sentence correct?
    ===Not a teacher===

    Yes, it sounds okay to me.

    But I guess we could eliminate "to God" from this sentence considering the fact that the prayers are always said to God.

    Suggested: We can pray from wherever we are.

    I pray everyday.

    I say my prayers everyday.

    I pray for my mother. (you can pray for someone but you say your prayers only to God {as far as I know})

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