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Thread poster: Paoletrix
Paoletrix
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Jan 26, 2005

While searching for an answer to a grammar question, I found this site:

http://webster.commnet.edu/grammar/grammarlogs.htm

It's searchable, and anyone may post questions (no chat, just answers). While it may not be a conclusive source, it seems to be excellent for resolving everyday American English grammar issues - for those of us who occasionally wander into "no-man's land" between English and another language, or non-native speakers.


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Natalie  Identity Verified
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Hi Jan 26, 2005

Could you check the link, please? It seems to be not not working.

Thanks,
Natalia


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Paoletrix
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Link for Grammar Logs working fine here; try the main page Jan 26, 2005

Hi Natalie,

Sorry to hear the link didn't work for you. I have this address saved in my favorites, and I've tested it a few times:

http://webster.commnet.edu/grammar/grammarlogs.htm

Have you tried going in to http://webster.commnet.edu and navigating to the Grammar Logs?

I'd be interested to know whether anyone else is having problems with the link.

Thanks
Pao

Natalie wrote:

Could you check the link, please? It seems to be not not working.

Thanks,
Natalia


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Natalie  Identity Verified
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Hmm... It works now Jan 26, 2005

though I swear it was dead a couple of hours ago

[Edited at 2005-01-26 19:01]


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