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    Kelly, let me finish. You’re mad at me. You are not even answering my phone calls.

    Hello.

    Is the following sentence grammatically correct?

    "Kelly, let me finish. You’re mad at me. You are not even answering my phone calls."

    Thanks.

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    Re: Kelly, let me finish. You’re mad at me. You are not even answering my phone calls

    Is Are the following sentences grammatically correct?
    On the assumption that the speaker is talking face-to-face with Kelly, it's fine. It doesn't work if they're talking on the phone because that would make "You are not even answering my phone calls" untrue.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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