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Rule "missing verb between 'it' and adjective"

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Description: missing verb between 'it' and adjective
Message: A verb may be missing.
Category: Grammar (ID: GRAMMAR)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • It still possible.
    Correction suggestion: It is, It was
  • Well, he partially correct.
    Correction suggestion: he is, he was
  • It still happening.
    Correction suggestion: It is, It was
  • I slowly stopped hitting the gym, I prioritized making dinner and it rarely healthy.
    Correction suggestion: it is, it was
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • I feel like I fuck it up still, will work on it though.
  • We're going after it right now.
  • I’ll check it out soon.
  • Get it on soon.
  • We are offering this special for a limited time only so check it out today.
  • Certainly. I'II look for it right now.
  • We have already identified our lower performers across Operations and IT as well.
  • you might as well back it up anyway.
  • Despite being a little flaky at times, he even still, as a crusty old man, was considered a roll model for millions.
  • She can make it right now, but she can't improve it.
  • If you come across a violation like this, you can typically clear it out by toggling the condition off for a moment, checking that the violation has closed, and flipping it back on.
  • Enron North America Corp. Hate to bother you about this again, since you have done it once already.
  • You have done it totally incorrect!
  • Ever wonder what Matthew's Roman bosses said and did when he just up and left his tax booth to follow Jesus?
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