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In grammar when do you use are or is?

You use the word "are" when the subject it is referring to is plural. (Ex: The books ARE all green.) You use the word "is" when the subject is it referring to is singular. (Ex (MORE)
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What is you in grammar?

"You" is a pronoun in grammar. It can be either nominative or objective. In other words, It can be either the subject or the object of a sentence.
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What is mental grammar?

A kind of generative grammar (Chomsky), the innate basis for learning, speaking and understanding any (verbal) language.

Who are the Arabs?

Arabs are an Semitic people, Arabs are the people who came from Yemen and lived around Arabian peninsula and Levant also Maghreb and egypt......there are three different of Ar (MORE)

What is an Arab?

An Arab is anyone from an Arab (Middle Eastern) country or has any Middle Eastern blood in them. Egyptians, Palestinians, Iraqis, Saudi Arabians, Kuwaitis, and many more. An e (MORE)
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How do you do grammar?

Say what you want to type and if it doesn't make sense it needs to be rephrased. Saying "It don't make sense" isn't correct. "don't" means "do not" so it would sound like "It (MORE)
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In grammar when do you use me or I?

I is a subject pronoun. It indicates the doer of the action. I played tennis with Kim yesterday. Me is an object pronoun. It indicates the object. Kim played tennis with me ye (MORE)