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

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No, you can't, because here the "is" is used together with "the real you", which is not the same as just the pronoun "you". "The real you" is a synonym for "your real self" or "your real personality" …
answered Jun 21 '18 by Geshode
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No, you can't write it as you did in number 2. If you want to write the sentence with "it", then I would adjust it to something like this: It has been ages since the workers have had a holiday.
answered Jun 26 '18 by Geshode
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The first sentence is correct, because the construct is "not only ... but also", so the verb can not be placed between "not" and "only". For a more detailed explanation of the parallelism construct y …
answered Jun 22 '18 by Geshode