"It has no link wih proverty. Because if it was then neither this engineer or designer join this radical group." Is this a gramatically correct sentence?if not,then please let me know how this can be corrected.
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"It has no link wih proverty. Because if it was then neither this engineer or designer join this radical group."
“It has no link with poverty, because if it did, then neither this engineer nor this designer would join this radical group.”
- Uncapitalize “because.”
- Add a comma before “because.”
- Add a comma after “did.”
- Replace “or” with “nor” between “this engineer” and “this designer.”
- Add “would” before the verb “join” because the preceding “if” makes the clause a subjunctive clause.
- By far the most common use of the subjunctive is the use of the subjunctive after "if" clauses that state or describe a hypothetical situation.
Subjunctive: "If I were a butterfly, I would have wings."
(Without knowing the context, I suppose “that radical group” may also be possible.)