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  1. kate
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    Could you tell me if these three sentences are grammatically correct please.

    I took the tickets from him.

    Whom are you meeting tonight?

    He questioned my motives.

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    Re: grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by kate
    Could you tell me if these three sentences are grammatically correct please.

    I took the tickets from him.

    Whom are you meeting tonight?

    He questioned my movtives.
    I took the tickets from him. <- This is fine

    Whom are you meeting tonight? <- I sould suggest "With whom...

    He questioned my movtives. <- This is fine, except that movtive should be motives, but I'm sure that was a typo anyway.
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    Re: grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by kate
    Could you tell me if these three sentences are grammatically correct please.
    You need a QM (question mark) at the end of ghat sentence, thus: "Could you tell me if these three sentences are grammatically correct please?"

    (Many native speakers would say, "Who are you meeting tonight?")


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