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I am aware that using While to begin a sentence brings in a dimension of time to it.

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Could you please tell me if this sentence is grammatically correct?

Thank you.

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  • What makes you doubt it? Oct 15 '20 at 8:43
  • @RonaldSole : The first part of the sentence has a time element to it, but the second part does not. Hence, I'm very confused. Oct 15 '20 at 8:59
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    Please type the text instead of linking an image.
    – Davo
    Oct 15 '20 at 12:00
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"While" has a secondary use that has nothing to do with time. It can also mean "despite the fact that; although".

While [x] is true, [y] is also true.

... could also be written as...

Although [x] is true, [y] is also true.


A time-related example would be:

While John cleaned the house, Jane stayed in bed.

This means that these two things happened at the same time.

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