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Is this sentence correct Who were there?

Yes, the pronoun 'who' can be either singular or plural.    Examples:   Who was there? I was there.   Who were there? The Smiths and the Joneses were there.  (MORE)
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Is you and me grammatically correct?

The correct grammar is YOU AND I if used as a subject, e.g. ""You & I will have a jolly good time". Correct grammar requires YOU AND ME if used as an object, e.g. "This is jus (MORE)
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Is it correct to say that is he or that is him?

My understanding is that you would use she or he. See this example: "Who was the person who stole your purse, ma'am?" The officer asked the victim. She pointed to the thir (MORE)
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Is you and me correct?

Sometimes. It depends on the context. "You and me" is correct when it is the object of the verb. "You and I" is correct when it is the subject. You can tell whether to use " (MORE)

Is discussed about correct?

Prepositions. (e.g. at, about, for, from, to, with, etc) Prepositions in the English language are a matter of common usage, and it is not always easy to see a pattern. Eve (MORE)
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What is it for me is this correct?

Are you asking if the sentence 'What is it for me?' is grammatically correct? If so, the answer is 'no'. Here are some variations on that sentence which are grammatically corr (MORE)

What is correction?

process of correcting something   Answer 2 a change that makes something right, true, accurate, etc.the act of making something (such as an error or a bad condition) accur (MORE)
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Has been corrected or have been corrected?

Either way can be correct. For example: Janette has corrected my misspellings in my essay. I have corrected Janette's misspellings in her essay. It can go either way; it ju (MORE)