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    Kelly, Would you risk everything to play along with this nutcase?

    Hello.

    Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

    "Kelly, Would you risk everything to play along with this nutcase? Just think in your future, in your new work at the Ministry of Education, in your work at school, and the most important thing your beloved students."

    Thanks.

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    Re: Kelly, Would you risk everything to play along with this nutcase?

    Write Just think about....

    Don't capitalize words that are not proper nouns except when they begin a sentence.
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    Re: Kelly, Would you risk everything to play along with this nutcase?

    I'd say that 'Ministry of Education' could be regarded as a proper noun in that sentence.

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    Re: Kelly, Would you risk everything to play along with this nutcase?

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    I'd say that 'Ministry of Education' could be regarded as a proper noun in that sentence.
    It is. That's not the word I was writing about.
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