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    does it make sense?

    Hi everybody
    I'm new here and I'd like your opinion (grammatically speaking) about this sentence. Does it make sense? ( it's for a formal paragraph)
    Thank you very much!
    "...what is considered good writing in their own mother tongue is good in English too..."
    Last edited by francis 7; 21-Jun-2010 at 05:03.

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    Re: does it make sense?

    Quote Originally Posted by francis 7 View Post
    Hi everybody
    I'm new here and I'd like your opinion (grammatically speaking) about this sentence. Does it make sense? ( it's for a formal paragraph)
    Thank you very much!
    "...what is considered good writing in their own mother tongue is good in English too..."
    "What is considered good writing in their own mother tongue is good in English too." is a grammatically correct sentence.

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