Select the word or phrase that is not correct from the following sentence:
There’s a great deal on apple’s at the grocery store today: three for a dollar!
There’s a great deal
at the grocery store
today: three for a dollar!
Hi, welcome to our forum and many thanks for posting your first question.
May I ask one more question .
What is grammatically incorrect with the following sentence?
What time are you two going to go out?
It ends with a preposition.
The infinitive “to go” should be split by an adverb.
The phrasal verb “go out” is casual English and as such, it should only be used in speech, never in writing.
There is nothing grammatically wrong with this sentence.
Before we answer how about you have a go first?
I think it is B - but not sure.
I don’t see anything wrong with this sentence. A preposition at the end is fine.