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Hi all
suppose i have a sentence and i would like to know how it "sounds" to you, native speakers (I mean, for example if you think it's "formal" or "correct" and so on...). Which question should I choose for this purpose?

"how does this sentence read to you?"
"how does it sound to you?"
of course other suggestions/rewritings welcome

thanks for your help and congratulations on this great community
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Welcome to the forums, Lbc.

I'd say that "How does this sentence sound to you?" would be the most typical question.

However, if you're primarily interested in one specific aspect of the sentence, you should word your sentence more specifically:
For example, "Would this sentence be too informal for a business context?"
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LbcHi all
suppose i have a sentence and i would like to know how it "sounds" to you, native speakers (I mean, for example if you think it's "formal" or "correct" and so on...). Which question should I choose for this purpose?

"how does this sentence read to you?"
"how does it sound to you?"
of course other suggestions/rewritings welcome

thanks for your help and congratulations on this great community
They both sound/read fine.
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