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    bit3034 is offline Junior Member
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    Is it correct to say the following sentence?

    "The relationship between two countries should have no bearing because of War."








    I don't want the sentence to be altered.

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    Re: Is it correct to say the following sentence?

    As you wish - but it doesn't mean anything. (If you want suggested meaningful wordings, you'll have to tell us what you want it to mean.)

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    Re: Is it correct to say the following sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by bit3034 View Post
    "The relationship between two countries should have no bearing because of War."

    I don't want the sentence to be altered.
    If you don't want the sentence to be altered, then there wasn't much point asking if it's correct or not. It's not correct but you don't want to change it so there is nothing we can do.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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