Is this sentence correct?
If young people play sports for a long time, it will be a good habit when they has grown up.
- Anonymous1 month ago
If young people play sports for a long time, it will be good when they grow up.
- VyLv 51 month ago
Sports would be a good habit for grown people if they had played for a long time as youths.
- GypsyfishLv 71 month ago
The grammatical error is that "have" agrees with "they". There's also a problem because there's no real antecedent for "it". What is "it"? Use a pronoun for something you mentioned in the first part.
If young people play sports for a long time, they will have a good habit when they have grown up.
- GA41Lv 71 month ago
The sentence is grammatically correct. I would suggest: "When people play sports as youths, they often develop an adult habit of remaining active."
The wording of your sentence suggests everyone who plays sports develops a habit of playing sports as an adult. This is not necessarily the case. They may not carry the habit into adulthood, and they may not continue playing sports.
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- 1 month ago
Young people participating in team or individual sports, will give them vast experience in adapting to stressful situations and enhancing their ability to cope with human nature.