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Description Example Category
Agreement: Mass/singular noun + non-third-person verb She wants to know whether this room, for example, are big enough. Grammar
Agreement: Mass/singular noun + non-third-person verb She asked whether the dog, whose owner likes you, eat. Grammar
Agreement: Mass/singular noun + non-third-person verb She asked whether the dog eat. Grammar
Agreement: Mass/singular noun + non-third-person verb She wants to know whether this room are big enough. Grammar
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
whatcha (what are you) Whatcha have? Style
going one (on) She knew what was going one. Possible Typo
dies vs does What dies that mean? Commonly Confused Words
LanguageTool 6.5-SNAPSHOT (2024-06-12 22:33:07 +0200)