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1. What Don saw was a laptop.
2. I don't believe what Don said yesterday.
3. This is what Don wanted to have.

4. What Bill said was not true.
5. I don't have what he asked for.
6. That is not what Bill wanted.

(Are they all grammatical? Check the sentences, please.)

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    Yes, all six are just fine! Nice.

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