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Consider the following two sentences. Are these sentences grammatically correct?

A) If majority of the individuals in a State prosper the State itself would prosper.

B) To die with honor is better than live with dishonor.

This is my attempt:

If majority of the individuals in a State prosper the State itself will prosper.

To die with honor is better than to live with dishonor.

Am I right?

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    I suggest that "If majority of the individuals" should be "If the majority of individuals." Aug 29 '19 at 11:20
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A:

If the majority of individuals in a state prosper then the state itself will also prosper.

A(alternative):

If the majority of individuals in a state prosper, the state itself will also prosper.

B:

To die with honour is better than to live with dishonour.

B(alternative):

To die with honour is better than living with dishonour.


Hope this helps

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