What is the longest, meaningful sentence you can craft-- and make certain every word counts!?!
Here goes, 133 words long and I'm pretty sure it's grammatically correct:
Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois, when I was being raised there in a chalet-style three bedroom home surrounded by brick row-houses and brownstones, was a neighborhood dominated by the Irish and Italian working class, which was mainly subservient to the corrupt politicians and so called law enforcement, but one that, was also knit tightly by parish life that revolved around the neighborhoods many lavish and ornate churches, and though I never witnessed any physical clashes between the many European immigrants, I certainly heard many snide remarks meant to disparage one’s allegiance to a nationality other than American, and since I have both Irish and Italian blood, as well as Welsh and German, and considered a mutt by many, I choose to just be what the founders of this country meant me to be, American.
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