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    subjects of- subject to

    Hi, are the following sentences fine from a grammatical point of view?

    - Do Australians still consider themselves subjects of the British Crown?
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    Australians do not consider themselves subject to British law.-British people no longer see themselves as subjects of the Queen , but as citizens.

    P.S. I might be absolutely wrong about the current situation in Australia and Great Britain, so I apologize for my odd examples!

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    Re: subjects of- subject to

    Yes, they are fine.

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