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He doesn't wants to read Snow White.

Is that a sentence

  • 1st grade -

    The usage of the verb want is incorrect.
    He doesn't want to read Snow White.
    That is a sentence.

  • 1st grade -

    yeah, but the correct way to write it would be: He doesn't want to read Snow White.

  • 1st grade -

    no but this is He doesnt want to read snow white

  • 1st grade -

    he doesnt want to read snow white becuse.... now finish it

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