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    Re: Is "a good Knowledge of English" grammarly correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead View Post
    Is "a good knowledge of English" grammarly grammatically correct?
    See above. You don't need a capital "k" on "knowledge", and the word is "grammatically", not "grammarly". Otherwise, the phrase is fine.

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