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Dear Teachers

Can I say this:

Is it everyone who has a better score is going to awarded? (I know it sounds odd, but can i say it, instead of saying " Is everyone who has a better score going to be awarded" )

I ask this because I heard many people use "is it" at the start of the sentence like in the context above

Thanks
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Hi ANC
Your version is correct and the other version is ungrammatical.
CB
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Awarded WHAT is one issue here, and "better than WHAT" is another.

Is everyone who has a score of at least 80% going to be awarded a ribbon?

Is everyone whose scores improved by at least 15% going to receive an award for their improvement?
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Are you saying that, this "Is everyone who has a better score going to be awarded" as my version
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