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    #1

    The address you are looking for is close to the building

    Hello

    Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

    "The address you are looking for is close to the building where I work. You can follow me, if you want."

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    Re: The address you are looking for is close to the building

    Yes, but in writing the comma is unnecessary.

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