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Is grammatically correct to say: "Jewish is the nation that Jesus came from"? [duplicate]

Is correct grammatically to say "Jewish is the nation that Jesus came from!" as a declarative sentence ? I ask my question because of that's strange to me to see the end of the sentence ends ...
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Is it perfectly natural to end sentences with Prepositions? [duplicate]

There are numerous myths relating to grammatical dos and don’ts, many of which were drummed into us at school. The one that stubbornly refuses to budge from my mind is the diktat "never begin a ...
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Is it true that questions in English cannot end on a preposition? [duplicate]

Is it true that questions in English cannot end on a preposition? Somebody told me that, but the more I continue on my English tour the more I run into suspicions here. Are such questions like: ...
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What is the difference between "What for?" and "For what?"

I am going to die. For what? What for? What is the difference between "For what?" and "What for?" in this context?
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What did you use to paint this WITH?

Do I need "with" in this sentence? (Which one(s) are correct)? What did you use to paint this WITH? What did you use to paint this?
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"no pen to write with" vs. "no pen which he can write with"

The complete sentences are: "He has no pen to write with." and: "He has no pen which he can write with." The book does not explain the differences in meaning between these two. So, please ...
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Talk with/ Talk, Want to/ Want,

You are not the person I want to talk. You are not the person I want to talk with. A : Do you want to quit? B : No, I don't want to. / I don't want. I heard native speakers who sometimes end their ...
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Sentence that finishes with prepositions

Sentences (specially when people are talking) finished with words like with,to,from (prepositions ). Example: Whom am I speaking with ? (Not only in questions ) I don't understand how to use ...
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To sync with vs. With which to sync

Are both of these sentences correct? Which is better? Select a directory to sync with. Select a directory with which to sync. From my point of view, the 1st version is better. It's mine. The 2nd ...
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What this photograph is of: Why does it sound weird?

I know that the following sentences are correct: This is a photograph of me. This is a photograph of my Brother. This is a photograph of my new car. But can I use this as a question? e.g.: Can you ...
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Is my analysis correct in "This is a private beach, where its members play balls and take a sunbath when the weather is good."

Before entering my question, I have to say that I have already asked a similar question today. However it contains some grammar errors so that it is not very good for a discussion about how to break ...
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Question about relative pronouns and clauses

My friend wants to share some sugar with me. I need a container for it. What should I say in the following situations? I'll go and look for something to put it in. I'll go and look for something that/...
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