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Is this sentence correct ?

Are you in tune with your mother-in-law?

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  • 2 months ago
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    **Grammatically** it is correct, but it would not be something you would normally hear anyone say.

    You could say:

    Do you understand your mother-in-law?

  • 2 months ago

    No idea what you're trying to say. "In tune with" is a slang expression. You seem to be using it as some kind of psycho-babble. 

    If you mean that the relationship is cordial- "Do you get along with your mother-in-law."

    If you mean that the person agrees with her on most things "Are your attitudes and values in line with those of your mother-in-law."

    If you are asking if the person understand the mother-in-law 'Do you understand your mother-in-law". 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Yes it is!  The minimum length of an answer is 15 characters

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