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    Smile Stand up, take your weapon, going on, going on ?

    Is it grammatically correct with my sentence as title?

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    Re: Stand up, take your weapon, going on, going on ?

    If you're asking whether Stand up, take your weapon, going on, going on ? is a grammatically correct title, the answer is no.


    Remember not to put a space before a question mark - though that's not the only grammatical error in the thread's title.
    I am not a teacher.

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