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    sunset

    Nothing is better than watching the sunset with you
    Is it grammatically correct?

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    Re: sunset

    Yes, if you add a period (full stop) to end the sentence. It would be more natural to say There is nothing I like better than watching the sunset with you.
    Last edited by GoesStation; 11-Dec-2016 at 15:49. Reason: To insert critical words I had omitted.
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    Re: sunset

    Unusually, it's possible to use both "sunset" and "sun set" there.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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