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    Do you think that if your ex boyfriend had been a successful man who wanted to get ma

    Talking to a friend, I ask her:

    Do you think that if your ex boyfriend had been a successful man who wanted to get married, you still would've said no and broken up with him?

    Is this sentence grammatical?

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    Re: Do you think that if your ex boyfriend had been a successful man who wanted to ge

    Yes.

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    Re: Do you think that if your ex boyfriend had been a successful man who wanted to ge

    I would write a hyphen after 'ex.'

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    Re: Do you think that if your ex boyfriend had been a successful man who wanted to ge

    Good point.

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