"Afterwards we can also discuss about the opportunities that we can explore together." is this sentence Grammatically right? should i use "discuss" & "about" both together?
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Since discuss is a transitive verb, you could just say
we can also discuss the opportunities...
"the opportunities" are the object of the phrase, "We" is the subject, so there is no need to say "about." If you were using an intransitive verb like "talk," then following it with a prepositional phrase would make sense:
We can also talk about the opportunities...