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It is correct. The basic sentence is, "Worker is lazy." The subject is "worker". The connecting verb is "is", and the predicate adjective is, "lazy". "The" modifies "factory's", and "The factory's" modifies "resident". "The factory's resident" and "blithe" modify worker and "not" modifies "lazy". Of course the use of "not" to modify "lazy" changes the entire meaning of the sentence.

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Q: English Check the sentence to see if it is grammatically correct in any way The factory's resident blithe worker is not lazy?
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