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Sentence and Word Structure
Is etiquettes grammatically correct?
The Term etiquette includes rules and habits that we follow in social and professional scenarios. There fore the term being plural or a conjugation of various good habits is never added with an additional "S"
Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure, Pronouns
Will it is be grammatically correct to say that there is nothing wrong with this machine?
It is grammatically correct to say: There is nothing wrong with this machine. It is not grammatically correct to say: Will it is be grammatically correct to say .... The correct way to write that or say that would be: Would it be grammatically correct to say.... ...
You are not knowing is grammatically correct or not?
This is not grammatically correct. The correct form is 'you do not know', or the abbreviated 'you don't know'. ...