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Whenever I hear the opening measure of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony I get
goose bumps.

I think this is incorrect.

Is it ?

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    The wording is correct, but it needs a comma. Do you see where?
    See #3.

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    Before I get goose bumps ? Correct?

    So this is incorrect because it needs a comma there?

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    If you put a comma there, the sentence will be correct.

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    Alright, I think I am getting a hang of this. Could you help me with my last question. I don't understand what is it trying to say.

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