I encountered this structure in the sentence: "when is happens". Is it grammatically correct?

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  • It looks like a typo for "when it happens". Can you give the complete sentence? – sumelic Jan 10 at 22:07
  • I'm flagging this as off-topic ("no research / ELL"). Hi Lilacl, you may not be aware that our other site English Language Learners is the best place to look for answers on English questions that a fluent speaker would find trivial. If you have a question for ELL, be sure to read their guidance on what you can ask. :-) – Chappo Jan 10 at 22:21

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