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  1. wotcha22
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    It was a teacher that he became. It was a great inventor that Edison was.

    1. It was a teacher that he became.

    2. It was a great inventor that Edison was.

    Are these sentences grammatical?

  2. bhaisahab's Avatar
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    Re: It was a teacher that he became. It was a great inventor that Edison was.

    Yes, but they are very unnatural.

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    Re: It was a teacher that he became. It was a great inventor that Edison was.

    But why bother?

    He became a teacher.
    Edison was a great inventor.

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