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    I am not a cop. My name is Patrick and I work

    Hello.

    Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

    "I am not a cop. My name is Patrick and I work in Laint Entertainment Productions. I am very impressed with your work."

    Thanks.

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    Re: I am not a cop. My name is Patrick and I work

    I would put a comma after "Patrick" in that sentence. Otherwise, it's okay.

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    Re: I am not a cop. My name is Patrick and I work

    The grammar's fine but to nitpick, I'd change the in to at or for.

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