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Description Example Category
'many/few' + uncountable noun, e.g. 'many (much) food' John eats as many food as Peter. Grammar
'many/few' + uncountable noun, e.g. 'many (much) food' She has many money. Grammar
'merchandize' vs. 'merchandise' He merchandized eighteen years, owning mills and blacksmith shops. Style
'much' + countable noun, e.g. 'much (many) children' There are much children. Grammar
'much' + countable noun, e.g. 'much (many) children' There are much young children. Grammar
'must to' instead of 'have to' I must to go shopping. Grammar
'Ndrangheta The Ndrangheta is a Mafia-type[3] organized crime group based in Calabria. Grammar
'Needs fixed' type construction My car needs fixed. Style
'One the one hand' (On the one hand) One the one hand, he was rich. Possible Typo
'ourself' We witnessed ourself at Southampton this thirteenth day of October. Style
LanguageTool 6.5-SNAPSHOT (2024-05-27 22:33:07 +0200)