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Description Example Category
Agreement: Mass/singular noun + non-third person verb She asked whether marketing are bad for you. Grammar
Agreement: Mass/singular noun + non-third person verb She asked whether marketing, for instance, are bad for you. Grammar
whatcha (what are you) Whatcha doing? Style
going one (on) She knew what was going one. Possible Typo
what I mean to say is that (omit) What I mean to say is that well intentioned lawmakers sometimes make fools of themselves. Plain English
WhatsApp He is using Whats App to communicate with his friends. Grammar
its is (it is) She's is the best dancer on the west coast. Possible Typo
where as/by (whereas/whereby) The northern and urban areas of the state do not generally offer sweet tea in the most restaurants, where as it is a staple beverage for the southern part ... Possible Typo
the question whether (whether) etc. What the government decides to do depends on whether or not the bill passes. Redundant Phrases
which comprised of The ants, which comprised of the colony, were asleep. Possible Typo
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