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  1. maserati
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    Are these sentences grammatical? please :)

    Are these sentences grammatical? And if not, could you rewrite for me or explain what’s wrong inside? Please:) Younger infants are prone to bear little malice towards anyone around her, even when she encounters a slain porter.
    The attitude of holding coronation to foe is a way of treachery, and it is also a death penalty-prone.
    You are such a guy who prone to bear others hate, and prone to pay back subordinate’s treachery.

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    Re: Are these sentences grammatical? please :)

    anyone around her, even when she- you use 'infants', so these should also be plural
    Wat's this about 'slain porter'? Without more context, it's hard to know what this is about. I preumse you're moving from a general statement about infants to a specific example from something, but it is not clwear who che is or what you are referring to.

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