utterly villain/good person,...

Tan Elaine

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If one is an utterly good person, one will be reborn in better circumstances. On the other hand, if one is an utter villain, one will immediately go to hell.

The above are my sentences.

Are the bold phrases correct?

Thanks.
 
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Yes, they are fine, Elaine.
 

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Well done for asking the right question - "Are they correct?" Had you asked "Are they true​?" as learners often do, there would have been a long and involved debate!
 

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Note that the "utterly villain" in your title is wrong. Also, consider "reborn to better circumstances."
 
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