Is it grammatically correct?
This statue of the master is to symbolize the respect of people to the teaching of his.
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
No, and it's syntactically incorrect. You can't say "of his", and the "statue" isn't "to symbolize."
The statue of the master symbolizes the people's respect for his teaching.
- ♥Sweetness♥Lv 72 months ago
It is close, I think it would pass for the grammar, but it really is clunky. Why not try:
This statue of the master is to symbolize the respect his students have for his teachings.
- RicardoLv 52 months ago
It's right, but I'd rewrite it. "This master's statue symbolizes the respect people have for his teachings."
- Citizen AwesomeLv 62 months ago
For whatever reason, I literally hated as in loathed reading that sentence. It doesn't flow. Whatever is wrong with it, I hate it so much I do not even want to read it again to attempt to correct it.