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Is this the correct way to use the word redundant in a sentence: "There are some redundant sentences in this paragraph that does not go with the topic." ?

The sentence should really read: “There are some redundant sentences in this paragraph that DO not go with the topic.” (Taking out the extra parts: sentences do not go) Something that is redundant is something that is unnecessary.

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