Jasmine F.

asked • 02/21/15

Is this sentence written correctly?

This sentence is in my summary of a short story:
"Luke luckily picks ducks at a game-booth and wins Chuck's wife Margo a carnival prize before he dies shortly after in a car crash."
It sounds odd to me, and I would apprecate it so much if someone could tell me if my grammar is correct and help fix it. Thank you.
 

Solomon F.

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Break it up into two sentences. You're killing me. 
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03/27/16

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Jon P. answered • 02/21/15

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Comma before and after Margo
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