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Thank you for your assistance. Which of these is correct?

    1. Sally has good knowledge of English Grammar in business.
    2. Sally has a good knowledge of English Grammar in business.
    1. Sally has good knowledge of English.
    2. Sally has a good knowledge of English.
    1. Sally has good knowledge of English Grammar.
    2. Sally has a good knowledge of English Grammar.

Grammarly tells me all are correct.

Thank you so very much Ken

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    You'd probably sound more fluent if you said "Sally has a good grasp of English." – Robusto Feb 5 '17 at 19:28
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Sally has good knowledge of English Grammar in business. Sally has a good knowledge of English Grammar in business.

The above sounds awkward to me. How about: Sally has excellent command of Business English.

Sally has good knowledge of English. Sally has a good knowledge of English.

These are fine.

Sally has good knowledge of English Grammar. Sally has (a) good knowledge of English Grammar.

These are fine, too. I am fairly certain grammar doesn't need to be capitalised. I also think the (a) is unnecessary. Sally has good knowledge of English grammar. However the (a) is not wrong, either.

Is this a resumé or letter of recommendation? If so, I suggest, " Sally has excellent/ a good command/ of Business English." Or, "Sally is eloquent in her use of Business English."

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  • I would definitely use the phrase "business English." – Teacher KSHuang Feb 6 '17 at 7:09
  • @Robusto grasp is a perfect word for this. – WRX Feb 6 '17 at 12:16

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