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Are these sentences grammatically correct-

1. Tom spoke to Jane about her mother. or

Tom spoke about her mother to Jane.

2. Tom who's working at a firm is from New jersey.

3. Where did you graduate from?

Thanks

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Are these sentences grammatically correct-

1. Tom spoke to Jane about her mother. or (Jane's mother)

2. Tom spoke about her mother to Jane. (Some other woman's mother)

3. Tom, who's working at a firm, is from New jersey.

4. Where did you graduate from?

All four sentences are grammatically correct (but you need commas in the third one as shown).

CJ

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1. Tom spoke to Jane about her mother. OK

Tom spoke about her mother to Jane. Not wrong, but ounds awkward.

2. Tom who's working at a firm is from New jersey.

This sounds like there are two or more people called Tom, and you are trying to identify which one

at a firm sounds odd. You'd normally ifdenif ythe firm a bit more.

Jersey


3. Where did you graduate from? OK. Butmore natural in my experience is

eg Where did you get your degree?

eg What university did you go to?