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    #1

    "Carl is drinking a beer at Flannery's pub. Todd shows up."

    Hello

    Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

    "Carl is drinking a beer at Flannery's pub. Todd shows up."

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: "Carl is drinking a beer at Flannery's pub. Todd shows up."

    They sound like stage directions in a play. As such, they are grammatical.

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    #3

    Re: "Carl is drinking a beer at Flannery's pub. Todd shows up."

    They could also be part of a plot summary.

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