The reason why

Venus12

Member
Montenegrinisch
Hi:):),


'The reason why I am deferring my exams is moving out of country.'

Is it correct 'moving out of country'?

Also, can I write 'the reason why .....
 
  • Sparky Malarky

    Moderator
    English - US
    Hi:):),


    'The reason why I am deferring my exams is moving out of country.'
    This sounds like you are deferring your exams because you are involved with someone - maybe you're in love, or maybe you're busy raising a child - and that person is moving out of the country.

    I think you are trying to say "The reason I am deferring my exams is that I am moving out of the country."
     

    Myridon

    Senior Member
    English - US
    Your sentence says "The reason is moving out of the county." The reason isn't going anywhere - you are moving out of the country.
     

    Venus12

    Member
    Montenegrinisch
    This sounds like you are deferring your exams because you are involved with someone - maybe you're in love, or maybe you're busy raising a child - and that person is moving out of the country.

    I think you are trying to say "The reason I am deferring my exams is that I am moving out of the country."
    :rolleyes:Thanks a lot Sparky:)
     
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