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    Kelly, I must inform you that your students of Somerset High

    Hello.

    Are the following sentences grammatically correct?


    "Kelly, I must inform you that your students of Somerset High are traveling to this theater by bus. Kevin, I have the wooden amulet that your grandmother gave to you before dying. So the two of you must give me one last shot. Now I will leave you alone, so you can get inspired. If you don't act one last scene for me the last shot, I will have to take drastic measures."

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    Re: Kelly, I must inform you that your students of Somerset High

    If the sentences are all unrelated - which they certainly appear to be - they should not be in a paragraph. Start each sentence on a new line.
    The last sentence isn't right.
    "If you don't act one last scene for me - the last shot - I will have to take drastic measures."

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    Re: Kelly, I must inform you that your students of Somerset High

    Quote Originally Posted by Nikitus View Post

    "Kelly, I must inform you that your students of from Somerset High are traveling to this theater by bus. Kevin, I have the wooden amulet that your grandmother gave to you before she died. dying.
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    Re: Kelly, I must inform you that your students of Somerset High

    I don't think you need to say that she did it before she died.

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    Re: Kelly, I must inform you that your students of Somerset High

    If she gave it to him just​ before she died, it might be worth mentioning.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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