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1. Is this a sentence? The basic structure of an English sentence
2. Should I start a new sentence? Common errors with sentence structure
1. Is the tense correct? Verb tenses and their uses in academic writing
2. Agree with or agree on-is this the right preposition? Verbs followed by prepositions
1. How many are there? Singular, plural and uncountable nouns
2. A/an, the or no article? Choosing the right article
1. Not using I: Passive and active voice in academic writing
2. Expressing opinions: Tentativeness and certainty
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In the example below, identify as many grammar errors as you can. There is one error on each line. The errors refer to grammar issues discussed in the sections of this guide.
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