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    Bassim is offline VIP Member
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    Whenever Peter helped someone he felt

    I am wondering if my sentence is grammatically correct. Is "feel better about himself" correct English?

    Whenever Peter helped someone he felt better about himself.

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    Re: Whenever Peter helped someone he felt

    What happened to that comma, Bassim?
    Fix your sentence and post it again.

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    Re: Whenever Peter helped someone he felt

    teechar,

    I looked at my sentence for a while, and wondered if I needed a comma after "someone", and then I posted it without.
    Here is my second try.

    Whenever Peter helped someone, he felt better about himself.

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