Is this sentence grammatically correct?
He doesn't want to discuss anything about the time before he came to live here.
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
A bit of a mouthful but yes, you could leave it that way and be fine.
I’d write something like this ‘He doesn’t wish to discuss anything regarding his time before living here’
- John PLv 71 month ago
It is grammatically correct, but it feels awkward and possibly incomplete.
I might say: "He doesn't want to talk about his life before he came to live here". But possibly the context is different. Maybe: "He does not know much about the history of the area before he came to live here".
- robert2020Lv 61 month ago
Yes. Gramatically correct.Source(s): American English speaker
- Anonymous1 month ago
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- AnnLv 61 month ago
Sounds good to me.