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YOJ

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Dear Teachers,
Please check the grammar of the following sentences:

1. There was a man and a woman, who was husband and wife, who’s
named was Romeo and Juliet.
Or can I also say, ...their names were Romeo and Juliet?
2. Have you ever lied to someone? Or have you ever been lied to?
3. It feels bad to lie and to be lied to right?

Please help me improve my english grammar.
Thank you so much.
 

albeit

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Dear Teachers,
Please check the grammar of the following sentences:

1. There was a man and a woman, who was husband and wife, who’s
named was Romeo and Juliet.
Or can I also say, ...their names were Romeo and Juliet?

There was a man and a woman, who [was] were husband and wife, [who’s named] whose names [was] were Romeo and Juliet.

There was a man and a woman, who [was] were husband and wife; their names [was] were Romeo and Juliet.


2. Have you ever lied to someone? Or have you ever been lied to?

3. It feels bad to lie and to be lied to right?


Two and three are dandy, Yoj.



Please help me improve my english grammar.
Thank you so much.


xxx
 
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