What are the words 'grammar rules' when translated from English to Spanish?
In Spanish we say "Gramática" or "Normas Gramaticales". Both are fine.
You pronounce "gramatica" grah-mah-te-kah.
Not EVERYONE on this site knows all about the grammar rules, since this is the English part of our website, and English being the second hardest if not the first hardest language in the world, there is a lot of rules to learn, so it takes a lot of time to learn such things. For the most part, if an answer or question has bad grammar within the question, flag it for 'needs grammar/spelling improvement'.
Jimi is a proper name. It is improper to translate a person's name unless that person uses the translated name. Keeping that in mind, Jimi is a variant on the English name James. James in Spanish has several translations: Diego, Santiago, or Jaime. Remember Spanish pronunciation rules. The Spanish J sounds like the English H.
When someone asks you to write or speak 'in English', they mean to use the English language, spelling, and grammar rules. Conversely, if a form in France asked you to fill out the form 'in French', you would need to write in French, using French spelling and grammar rules. The meaning, therefore, is similar no matter what language is asked.
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Grammar Check (In Microsoft Word) can usually find sentence errors or improper use of grammar usage. It underlines words in green, and the green lines will disappear if you fix the error. NOUNPLUS Online Free Grammar Checker of English helps those who engage in academic, professional or creative writing to check grammar, making English grammar rules easier.