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    Battery A's and Battery B's liquids

    - Battery A's and Battery B's liquids are very dangerous.
    - Liquid of Battery A and that of Battery B are very dangerous.
    Are both grammatically correct?

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    Re: Battery A's and Battery B's liquids

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsunmoon View Post
    - Battery A's and Battery B's liquids are very dangerous.
    - Liquid of Battery A and that of Battery B are very dangerous.
    Are both grammatically correct?
    Better would be, "The liquids in both batteries, A and B, are very dangerous".

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    Re: Battery A's and Battery B's liquids

    Thank you, bhaisahab.

    The liquids in both batteries, A and B, may cause blindness if some gets into your eyes.

    Is this sentence grammatically correct?

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    Re: Battery A's and Battery B's liquids

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsunmoon View Post
    Thank you, bhaisahab.

    The liquids in both batteries, A and B, may cause blindness if some gets into your eyes.

    Is this sentence grammatically correct?
    Yes, it's grammatical.

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