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Could you please tell if the sentence below is grammatically correct:
"Problems can occur isolatedly or be repetitive".
Thanks a lot!
Problems can occur in isolation, or be repetitive
What I mean with the comma is having a short pause between "problems" and "can" when speaking, 'cause I'm aware that in writing it parts the sentence and thus looks ungrammatical.
Problems, can occur in isolation, or be repetitive
bhaisahab, I'd really like to know your opinion on this.
No comma after problems
Neither a native speaker nor a teacher.
Is anything wrong if I write this way?
Problems can occur isolatedly or repetitively