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Grammaticality refers to whether something obeys the rules of English grammar.

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In the following sentence: Dogs are not so wild like the wolfs or the lions are. Is using "like" in comparative grammatically correct here, or should it be "as" instead, when basically two thi …
asked Oct 30 '18 by Tommy
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Consider the following sentence: "The student did not come to the class for a long, long time." Can a continuous time expression "for a long time" be used in this case, where past simple ("… did …
asked Dec 18 '17 by Tommy
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Which one of the following 2 sentences is grammatically/ idiomatically more correct: "She is almost a real fan of the jazz band." "She is an almost real fan of the jazz band" Tnx!
asked Jan 9 by Tommy