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If you say a sentence is grammatically correct, you mean there's no grammar mistake in it, but it may not be natural or impossible for native English speakers to make a sentence like that.
It's not so easy for a learner of English to make a sentence which is natural, even though they have learned English for such a long time/so long and have learned all the grammar rules. But, with more practice, you could possibly make a sentence which is grammatically correct. So you should try to learn some grammar. If you can make a sentence, then you may be able to write a paragraph.
Some people may say, though, that taking so much time to learn grammar is no use or just a waste of time. They argue that a native English child who may not have learned any grammar could make a grammatically correct sentence. They may not have learned grammar, but they live in an English speaking country and they know how to express their thoughts in a natural way. You are not a native English speaker, so it's impossible for you to make a grammatically correct sentence if you haven't learned any grammar. So, do you find grammar important?
If you can't make a sentence which is natural, why not try to make one which is grammatically correct? Keep in mind, only too often, it's the grammar mistakes in your sentence that give you away.
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