Is this sentence grammatically correct?
When you see everyone is buying a human development books, but no one has developed; you know that human development is wrong.
- CogitoLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
No. And it's also nonsense.
"When you see everyone buying human development books ..." is grammatically correct.
There should not be a comma before the word 'but' nor should there be a semi-colon after 'developed'.
The final part, "you know that human development is wrong" does not make sense. "Wrong" in what? Maybe try to put what you're trying to say in a different way?
- Anonymous2 months ago
No, it's not grammatically correct, not by a long shot. It's also not substantively correct as it is predicated on a logical fallacy.