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Any grammatical errors in these sentences? Thanks in advance.

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The second one is all right, but the first one should be

Do both of them correctly.

because you need an adverb,not an adjective.

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"Are both of them correct?" is a grammatical sentence. "Correct", in this case, is an adjective.

Unless you are talking about teaching assistants who "correct" students' homework ("correct" as a verb), "Do both of them correct?" is not grammatical.

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