Is the following sentence correct?
When she was four, she and her family moved to Texas?
Hi Robin. I posted a question
Technically and grammatically is is written right. My thoughts on it is to change the sentence to: "When she was four, her family moved to Texas."
Says the same thing without using unnecessary words.
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