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    Cool change my opinion

    Hello!

    Can you tell me if the following sentence is grammatically correct, please? :

    "If I'm sure I'm right, I don't change my opinion/position".

    Thanks a lot
    Will

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    Re: change my opinion

    Yes, it is.

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    Re: change my opinion

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Can you tell me if the following sentence is grammatically correct, please? :

    "If I'm sure I'm right, I don't change my opinion/position".

    Thanks a lot
    Will
    Do you mean "I won't change my position", Will?

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    Re: change my opinion

    Thanks JK and Bhai.

    I mean in general: "If I'm sure I'm right I don't change my opinion even if someone is trying to convince me of the opposite."

    Is the use of "don't " correct in this case, Bhai?

    THanks
    WIll

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    Re: change my opinion

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Thanks JK and Bhai.

    I mean in general: "If I'm sure I'm right I don't change my opinion even if someone is trying to convince me of the opposite."

    Is the use of "don't " correct in this case, Bhai?

    THanks
    WIll
    Yes, it's fine.

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