Is This Sentence Correct?

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Whether or not a sentence is correct is often of concern with writers. There are many books and websites that can help writers determine the correct grammar to ensure quality writing.
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1. Check for a subject, which is the "do-er" of the action of the verb. All sentences must have a subject, such as "I" or "you" or "the pen"
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I agree with Anon User - the capitalization in the second sentence suggests that "the Deep Sea", "the Human Body", "the Orchestra", and "Australian
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Subject, verb, punctuation, capittalization, complete thought.
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I haven't
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The sentence above is not correct. To fix it you will need to not use capitalization on all of the words but is. You also will need to add a question mark to the end.
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