How do I know if my sentence is grammatically correct?
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How do you avoid lapses in grammar?
Five Simple Ways to Avoid Spelling and Grammar ErrorsDon’t count on spell check (and disable grammar check) Have someone you trust look it over. Don’t proofread right after you’ve finished writing. Proofread your essay “backwards”—from finish to start. Use a dictionary.
Can I say these ones?
“These” is the plural of “this” and “those” is the plural of “that.” It’s perfectly OK to say “This one is mine; that one is yours.” But when we go to the plural, the “ones” is understood: “These are mine; those are yours.”
Is aren’t I correct English?
“Aren’t I?” is commonly used and very acceptable in informal language. “Am I not?” is grammatical, but extremely formal, so in most contexts, “aren’t I?” is the preferred choice.
Is these ones good English?
The word one means only one. So, it is completely wrong to say these ones. You should not say “I like these ones.” Or “I like those ones.” It is okay to say, “I like this one.” and “I like the red ones.” Use an adjective to describe the object.
What’s the difference between ones and once?
“Once” always has to do with time and answers the questions, “how many times?” or “when?” For instance: “I only played handball once.” “Once I got my boot off, I saw my sock had a hole in it.” In contrast, “ones” have to do with things. In your tool collection, the ones you should keep handy are the ones you use most.