Steal my money if you can.

Is this a correct sentence to use in writing, or is it more appropriate to use in spoken English?
I was involved in a conversation using English and they said my grammar is not good enough.

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    I am puzzled by this sentence, which does not seem to be something which anybody would ordinarily utter in either speech or writing. Does it perhaps have some idiomatic meaning in your own language? Please tell us what exactly you are trying to communicate. Aug 6, 2015 at 12:48

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That sentence is grammatically correct. It is a challenge to the other person:

"Steal my money if you think you are able to."

  • Hahah thank u a lot.i like the example u made tho:)
    – 오준수
    Aug 6, 2015 at 10:07

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