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    It was my turn.

    It was my turn. Due to some emergency I went to hospital. Sorry for the confusion.
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    Re: It was my turn.

    Welcome to the forum, gannesh_d.

    You will notice that I have changed your thread title for the following reason:

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'
    (Extract from the Posting Guidelines)

    You asked 'IS the below sentence is correct'.

    This should have been 'Are the following sentences correct?'

    Yes — your sentences are grammatically correct.

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