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In Grammar

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 " ( Full Answer )
In Grammar

What is correct who is that or what is that?

Both are correct. "Who" is likely a person, and "what" is a thing. Who is that walking in the door? What is that pile of nastiness that you're trying to pass off as food?
In Definitions

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) ( Full Answer )
In Grammar

Which is correct - did was or did is?

'Did was' is acceptable for example in the sentence "What you did was unforgivable!" 'Did is' is also acceptable for example in the sentence "What you did is unforgivable!"
In Grammar

Who can correct your answer?

No-one can correct my answer.. Yes they can :-). anyone can ... there's always someone who knows better. :D
In Grammar

Is their will be correct?

Is it 'their will', or 'their will be'? . If the will (either the physical object or the concept of personal direction) belongs to them, then yes--it is "their will". . 'The ( Full Answer )
In Grammar

If I were you is that correct?

You would use the phrase "If I were you", to make informalsuggestions or give informal advice. For examples: . If I were you, I'd have a doctor look at that cut because itlo ( Full Answer )
In Grammar

Which is correct if I were him or if I was him?

Both verbs are correct, with different meaning. The subjunctive if I were is used to express a contrary-to-fact condition in the present: If I were he, I would be someone el ( Full Answer )
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Which is correct have had or has had?

Both are correct. Both are the present perfect tense of have. Has had is used with third person singular subjects; have had is used with all other subjects.