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Is It Correct to Say “I Personally”?

Do you want to express that you did something unaided or that something is your own opinion? We often hear people use the phrase ‘I personally” and may wonder whether it’s correct or repetitive.  It is grammatically correct to say “I personally” to express that something has been done by you, in person, as in …

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Is It Correct to Say “Much Less”?

The English language contains many descriptive phrases and words. These grammar tools contribute to the versatility of English and give English speakers the ability to talk and write with a high level of detail. Today, we’ll look at one of these phrases: “much less.” It is correct to say “much less” when using it as …

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Is It Correct to Say “At the Beach”?

Traveling is one of the world’s most popular hobbies, and beaches are a top travel destination! After visiting a tropical, beachy destination, there are many ways to refer to where you’ve been. A common one is to say you were “at the beach.” But is this grammatically correct? It is correct to say “at the …

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“Good At” or “Good In:” Which is Correct?

When meeting new people, it is common to inquire about each other’s hobbies. In such situations, you may hear someone ask another, “What are you good at?” But someone else may ask another person, “Are you any good in defense?” mid-conversation. Is it better to say “good at” or “good in”? We use “good at” …

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