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Is this sentence grammatically correct?

It might be breeding resentment to give irrelevant answers to the questions by your boss while you both are taking part in such an important convention, next week.

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No, To correct the sentence replace by with from:

It might be breeding resentment to give irrelevant answers to the questions from your boss while you both are taking part in such an important convention, next week.

See the Difference Between By and From:

Grammatically speaking the words ‘by’ and ‘from’ are used as prepositions. The word ‘by’ indicates the instrumental case whereas the word ‘from’ indicates the ablative case.

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