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Is this sentence grammatically correct Can the answer you impart?

"Can the answer you impart" is grammatical but it does not follow normal syntactical rules. It would be correct to say: "Can you impart the answer?" In English, you invert a s

What is grammatically correct she do or she does?

She does is correct, third person singular form of the verb. The form 'do' is used for the first and second person singular and plural; and the third person plural. The form '

Which is grammatically correct regardless or irregardless?

'Regardless' is grammatically correct. It means 'without having regard' ('regard-less'). By putting 'ir' in front of it you reverse its meaning and end up with a 'word' which,

If you were me or if you were I which is grammatically correct?

You're using the predicate nominative, so the pronoun should technically be in the nominative case (i.e. "If you were I"), but English speakers almost universally say and writ

Follow this up-is it grammatically correct?

Yes. Follow up is a phrasal verb. When the object is a pronoun it must come between the two words of the phrasal verb. I know what orthopedic means , I looked it up in the d

Is guests' grammatically correct?

Yes guests' is the grammatically correct possessive plural of guest. For example, "Take the guests' coats and put them in the bedroom."

Is you and he grammatically correct?

Yes, in context as the subject. Example: You and he are friends, BUT not as the object; the correct objective is: They saw you and him talking together

What does grammatical mean?

well formed; in accordance with the productive rules of grammar of the language
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Is you was grammatical incorrect?

Yes, it is incorrect. Even though the pronoun "you" can be singular or plural, it is ALWAYS used with a plural verb! The verb "was" is singular, so that is incorrect.
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What does grammatical transformations?

They help to bring the text in light and understandable form. In some cases we just have to use grammatical transformations.

Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct?

Well, you only listed one sentence. While commonly used in the form shown here, it is not grammatically correct. You should never end a sentence with a preposition, and the wo