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zeina monzer

hello dear all,
is this sentence grammatically correct?
"All well water is considered unsafe for consumption."

25 May 2015      

maryse peyé

Do you mean "The water of all the wells is (considered) unsafe for consumption" ? or "the water of the well is (considered) unsafe for consumption" ?

25 May 2015     

United States

Yes, it is correct, and it is the same as saying "No well water is considered safe for consumption".


25 May 2015     


I am with Bruce ,it is definitly right as the sentence here means : All the water of (from )the well is considered unsafe for consumption . So grammatically right but meaningfully wrong as not all the well water is unsafe for consumption ,some of the water might be unsafe and some natural wells may be mineral and fresh water better than rivers and may be used for healing kinds of illnesses or so. So grammatically right ,meaningfully wrong.

26 May 2015     


yes it is correct..full stop

26 May 2015