[Grammar] At the Flannery's pub, Mark sat at a table at a table

Nikitus

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Hello.

Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

"At the Flannery's pub, Mark sat at a table at a table. He was strangely calm, not compulsively checking his cell phone. A sly smile crossed his face. Daniel appeared at the time and place agreed and sits next to Bernie."

Thanks.
 

teechar

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Hello.

Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

"[STRIKE]At the Flannery's pub,[/STRIKE] Mark sat at a table in Flannery's (pub). [STRIKE]at a table.[/STRIKE] He was strangely calm, not compulsively checking his cellphone. A sly smile crossed his face. Daniel appeared at the time and place agreed and [STRIKE]sits[/STRIKE] sat next to Bernie."

Thanks.
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