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    grammar Question about verb usage

    Is the following sentence grammatically correct,
    No jewelry of any kind, including watches is to be worn on K. property.

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    Re: grammar Question about verb usage

    Quote Originally Posted by Melissa1 View Post
    Is the following sentence grammatically correct,
    No jewelry of any kind, including watches is to be worn on K. property.
    If you add a comma after "watches", then it will be correct. My only query would be with "K." Is the company actually called "K" or did you just not want to put the full name of the company here?

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