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    We must go on with the plan Kimberly

    Hello.

    Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

    "We must go on with the plan Kimberly. We have to help Mark."

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    Re: We must go on with the plan Kimberly

    The first needs a comma after "plan". The second is correct as is.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: We must go on with the plan Kimberly

    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    The second is correct as is.
    Though the question comes to my mind who helps whom. If Mark needs help then everything is correct, but if the speaker wants Mark to help other people, then it needs a comma after "help" too.

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    Re: We must go on with the plan Kimberly

    Quote Originally Posted by juanitoh View Post
    Though the question comes to my mind who helps whom. If Mark needs help then everything is correct, but if the speaker wants Mark to help other people, then it needs a comma after "help" too.
    You're right. I didn't notice that possibility.
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