While writing English text, I sometimes inverse the principal and subordinate clauses (as I think they are named).
But Grammarly systematically flags this as an error and proposes to rewrite the sentence in the "correct" order. For example:
In that case, we may find solutions to protect your keys and credentials.
Grammarly suggests rewriting the sentence as:
We may find solutions to protect your keys and credentials in that case.
In the first form, my feelings are that a greater emphasis is put on the subordinate clause "in that case". But it may be a bias coming from my native language (French).
- Is the first form grammatically correct?
- Should I follow Grammarly's suggestion and systematically rewrite those sentences as suggested by the application?