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3 My last edit was rejected so I've reworded it to sound more in-line with the original person's answer :)
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It is correct. But in spoken English (at least in Ireland and the UK) it is over-correct and can sound either pedantic or ironic. It does not sound as pedantic or ironic in the U.S. or in Australia, however.

It is grammatically correct. In spoken English in Ireland and the UK it is actually over-correct and can sound either pedantic or ironic. In the U.S. and Australia, however, I've been told it is more commonly used in speech.

2 My last edit was rejected so I've reworded it to sound more in-line with the original person's answer :)
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It is correct. But in spoken English (at least in Ireland and the UK) it is over-correct and can sound either pedantic or ironic. It does not sound as pedantic or ironic in the U.S. or in Australia, however.

It is correct. But in spoken English (at least in Ireland and the UK) it is over-correct and can sound either pedantic or ironic.

It is correct. But in spoken English (at least in Ireland and the UK) it is over-correct and can sound either pedantic or ironic. It does not sound as pedantic or ironic in the U.S. or in Australia, however.

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It is correct. But in spoken English (at least in Ireland and the UK) it is over-correct and can sound either pedantic or ironic.