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    Reason

    Dear Teachers,

    1. When you love somebody, it doesn't need to have a certain reason.
    - Is this grammatical?

    Thanks.

    Namsteven


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    Re: Reason

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven View Post
    Dear Teachers,

    1. When you love somebody, it doesn't need to have a certain reason.
    - Is this grammatical?

    Thanks.

    Namsteven
    Since I had to stop and think what it means, no, it is not grammatical.

    "When you love somebody, there doesn't have to be a particular reason."
    "You don't need a particular reason to love somebody."

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