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"Tomorow morning at 10 works for me, is it fine with you?"

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Tomorow morning at 10 works for me, is it fine with you?
asked Nov 19 '12 at 17:06 Yoseph Green New member

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It makes sense in conversation, but it is a comma splice. To be correct grammatically, you can do three things.

 

Use a semicolon.

Tomorow morning at 10 works for me; is it fine with you?

Make two sentences.

Tomorow morning at 10 works for me. Is it fine with you?

Add a conjunction.

Tomorow morning at 10 works for me, but is it fine with you?

link comment answered Nov 19 '12 at 17:31 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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