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    #1

    "There was no need for you to use those harsh words against him".

    Could someone please let me know if this senetence is grammatically correct?.
    "There was no need for you to use those harsh words against him".

    Thanks in advance

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    #2

    Re: "There was no need for you to use those harsh words against him".

    Yes, it's fine.

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