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    There's no point for us to have two webpages. But if we can link the two webpages to

    There's no point for us to have two webpages. But if we can link the two webpages together, I guess it'd be more reasonable to have both .net and .com.

    Is reasonable used correctly?

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    Re: There's no point for us to have two webpages. But if we can link the two webpage

    I'd replace "reasonable" with "sensible" or I would use "I guess it would make more sense for us to have both .net and .com".
    At the start, it should say "There's no point in our having two web pages". You will also see/hear "There's no point in us having ...".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: There's no point for us to have two webpages. But if we can link the two webpage

    I don't know if "reasonable" is the right word there, but you have used it correctly.

    You wouldn't have two web pages, you would have two web addresses, or domain names.

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    Re: There's no point for us to have two webpages. But if we can link the two webpage

    If it's not the right word, then how have I used it correctly?

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    Re: There's no point for us to have two webpages. But if we can link the two webpage

    Your grammar is correct. You didn't say "reasonably" or some other incorrect usage.

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    Re: There's no point for us to have two webpages. But if we can link the two webpage

    I missed the point about the web pages. Absolutely right - you would have two domain names or two websites. Each one would contain multiple web pages.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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