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Please lok at the following correction. Somehow, Grammary is moving the citation into the middle of the sentence and then teeling me the Oxford cooma and the word and is incorrect to beging the next sentence with. It reads The British X Corps, US II Corps, 34th and 36th Infantries Adam and Walton, 145. and the Moroccan French Expeditionary Forces . . .
and Moroccan French Expeditionary Forces were about to be the first to discover that the first attack on the monastery was going to be "man against nature."
The first thing to remember is that Grammarly is only software. It doesn't understand the meaning of what you have written. It cannot tell the difference between ordinary text and your citation -- especially since your citation does not appear to be properly formated.
Check to be sure that your citation is properly formated and placed. Chicago, MLA, and APA all place the citation at the end of the sentence and enclose it with parenthesis marks. This should eliminate the software's confusion.
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