Student or Learner
Her books are unkempt and most of the pages are crinkly.
Is this sentence correctly phrased?
Please help me.
Grammatically yes. Semantically no.
She was unkempt and her hair was all crinkly. [She was untidy in appearance and her hair was curly all over]
Her books are messy and the pages are crinkled. [Her books are marked and dirty, and the pages have been crumpled]