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Hi dear teachers.
"Please share, one second of your look can help a mother get her son back."
Is the above context grammatically correct? I came across it from an ad on facebook. Shoun't "get" be "getting"?
I got the point. Hello Raymott, would you please help me to understand whether what a context is? Although I know what context means, I still get confused about the difference between context and sentence. That is why I always make mistakes.
Context can include the rest of the paragraph in which the sentence was found (i.e. the grammatical and semantic context), why you are asking the question, where you found the question, etc.
Here are some examples. The question is in blue, the example sentence (always quoted) is in green, and the context is in red:
Is this sentence right? "I think your clever." The reason I ask is that I wrote it in an essay and my teacher has marked it wrong, but I can't see anything wrong with it.
Does this sentence make sense? "We are such stuff as dreams are made on." I think it should be "made of". The sentence comes from The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Here is the whole sentence: “We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep.”
Last edited by Raymott; 22-Oct-2013 at 05:57.
Very clear . I am sure I won't make mistakes and get confused in future.