Is This Sentence Correct?


Whether or not a sentence is correct is often of concern with writers. There are many books and websites that can help writers determine the correct grammar to ensure quality writing.
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1. Check for a subject, which is the "do-er" of the action of the verb. All sentences must have a subject, such as "I" or "you" or "the pen"
The first. These are topics. If you were listing official course titles, then you would capitalize. Also, I would insert a comma after orchestra, unless the topic is "orchestra
It is, though in some situations it might be considered a bit blunt. If you're talking to someone on the phone, "May I ask with whom I am speaking? would be a more formal phrase
I haven't
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The sentence above is not correct. To fix it you will need to not use capitalization on all of the words but is. You also will need to add a question mark to the end.
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In order for a sentence to be grammatically correct, it must have a subject (or implied subject, as in the command 'Go!') and a verb – an object is optional ...
There are many different ways that you can find out how to correct a sentence that is wrong. You can look at the proper way to word things, you can look online. ...
When writing the title of a book in a sentence it should be italicized or underlined. Television show titles, Song titles, names of movies, and newspaper titles ...
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