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    All your three brothers are dead.

    All your three brothers are dead.

    Is this sentence grammatically okay? My doubt is whether the position of three is correct.

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    Re: All your three brothers are dead.

    All your brothers are dead.
    All three of your brothers are dead.
    Your three brothers are all dead.

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    Re: All your three brothers are dead.

    Quote Originally Posted by david11 View Post
    All your three brothers are dead.
    I hope you're not a police officer breaking this news to the family.

    Rover

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