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I want a well formed sentence in english GB and US (two sentences if necessary…) from this french sentence:

Cette page n'existe pas dans cette langue. Voici son contenu original :

Here is what Google Translate give to me:

This page does not exist in that language. Here is his original content:

Is this sentence well formed, compared to the requirements that I have outlined?

Thank you in advance for your help!

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closed as off topic by Matt E. Эллен, RegDwigнt Apr 3 '12 at 14:43

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You need to change his to its. It's difficult to comment beyond that without knowing the full context.

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