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Online source to check correct grammar?

Posted by ginnyginny (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 27, 06 at 12:48

This sentence sounds wrong to me. I'd like to know if it is indeed incorrect grammar. "Please phone me back." I think it should be "please call me back."

Does anyone know of an online source to check grammar? Microsoft Word doesn't indicate it is wrong.


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RE: Online source to check correct grammar?

There seems to be several. I don't have time to look them over.

I know it's too late But what about "Please return my phone call."

Here is a link that might be useful: Online grammar checkers.

RE: Online source to check correct grammar?

I read the novel until chapter 9 and Im looking forward to finishing it because its really nice. The passage I have chosen is about something happened to Mma Ramotswe in the early hours of the morning. It comes from chapter 8, "A Conversation with J. L. B. Matekoni ", page 91, "In the early hours of the morning" to "the cooker winked on and off at her 3:04; 3:04". I chose this passage because Im a person who likes to read thrill stories. Furthermore, I found it interesting and full of suspense. Besides the reason of choosing it, the most thing I like about this passage that it makes you use your imagination while reading those few lines. Also, the passage shows the relation between the case of the missing child and between Mma Ramotswes fear which made her imagine that someone was calling her name and that shows how much she was scared and worried about the case of the missing child besides the witchcraft story. In addition, I liked the way that the passage makes us wonder whether she was dreaming or not. I think that imagining things didnt really happen is a normal thing if you were afraid and worried about important things. Finally, thank God that I havent been in such a situation, but I had a nightmare that was similar to the passage I have chosen in a different way.

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