Only if his name really is John. If it is something else, then it is incorrect.
by Liz Elias 5 years ago
There are a few glaring errors I've been seeing too often lately. Some are here; others are elsewhere on the Internet. There's no accounting, of course, for the comments on such places as Face Book; it's not a writing site. But on writing sites, it drives me cuckoo to see such...
by Louis Fourie 7 years ago
How do you see Tattoo's, is it Biblical correct or incorrect?
by Syed Hunbbel Meer 8 years ago
Which statement, from the following, will be deemed as correct?1. Following are some of the major advantages of tuning up your car.2. Following is some of the major advantages of tuning up your car.
by Aficionada 8 years ago
Why do some people use a singular noun when they start a phrase with "one of your . . . "?They might continue by saying "[one of your] best/worst/favorite/least-favorite/best-loved/most-hated" or something similar. Do you have a grammar theory?
by Eugene Brennan 3 months ago
If I'm talking/writing about a mixture of singular and plural objects, do I use "is " or "are" ?For instance is it "Cats or dogs or an elephant is in the room" or "Cats or dogs or an elephant are in the room" or neither? Is the subject the collection and...
by flashmakeit 8 years ago
How can someone get hub views on an unpublished article?I have an unpublished hub article with three hubpages visits. How did that happen?
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