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Is this sentence "We could quit now where we are a success" gramatically correct? If "We could quit now where we are a success" is gramatically correct, then how to explain it?
Sep 21, 2012 1:12 PM
Answers · 1
It is basically grammatically correct, except for a missing comma, but awkwardly worded. It would be better said as: We could quit now, while we are a success In normal English, the popular phrase is: Let's quit while we're ahead. Let's quit now, while we're ahead [Note where the comma is used]
September 21, 2012
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