Your English is grammatically correct, but sometimes what you say just doesn't sound like what a native speaker would say.
The government is looking for ways to monitor online chatter about political issues and correct what it perceives as misinformation.
He's a classic case that the more ignorant people are the more sure they are that they are correct.
Things like grammars that can be called absolutely correct do not exist anywhere.
I have decided to write ten sentences in Spanish each day. I'm sure that Rocío will be very happy to correct them.
That's correct. In Japanese, ウエートレス corresponds both to the English "waitress" and "weightless". However, "waitress" is the more usual meaning.
A scientist had to know how to ask the correct question and to state it so clearly that the answer would be, in effect, a definite yes or no, not "maybe".
The correct setting for silverware is the fork on the left side of the plate and on the right side the knife then the spoon.
I know that formula was correct. / 2. I usually always courteous and correct.
Don't change sentences that are correct. You can, instead, submit natural-sounding alternative translations.
There is a world of difference between, "somehow being understood" and "using correct English."
Woe betide the child who speaks correct English; he will be the laughing-stock of his classmates.
You're an arrogant dirty foreigner who claims your dictionary is correct even though you don't understand the nuances of Japanese.
Did they hear correctly?
If I remember correctly, Tom used to be a carpenter.
If you want to sound like a native speaker, you must be willing to practice saying the same sentence over and over in the same way that banjo players practice the same phrase over and over until they can play it correctly and at the desired tempo.
Please address your mail clearly and correctly.
Everyone can help ensure that sentences sound correct, and are correctly spelled.
Alex would correctly describe the object and color, even if he had never seen that object before.
Foreign accent syndrome is an as-yet unexplained medical condition where the patient can no longer pronounce his mother tongue correctly and seems to have a foreign accent.
Have accounting principles been applied correctly?
By that, Boeing means that there may also have been other problems, but that an accident could have been avoided if the crew had done their job correctly.
The vast majority of high school students I know can't read an unknown word and pronounce the letters in the right order, let alone pronounce it correctly or naturally.
First, they should have right ideas of things, ideas that are based on careful observation, and understand causes of effects and their significance correctly.
Dennis spelt all the words correctly in his word test and got full marks.
Он ответил правильно|He answered correctly
At that exact moment, I sneezed unexpectedly.
I'm a professor, or rather an associate professor, to be exact.
Exact change, please.
You need to have exact change to pay the toll of the expressway.
the exact opposite
Capitalism is the exploitation of man by man. Communism is the exact opposite.
Scholarship must always be exact whether it is interesting or not.
Where a painting's general sense seems clear, moreover, the exact decoding of its content remains in doubt.
In this instance we are provided with an exact account of the conversation between the two poets.
She gave an exact description of the attacker. I'm afraid I can't give you the exact details of the show yet.
I exacted a promise from Ros that she wouldn't say a word.
The exact mechanism of the antitumour activity of doxorubicin is not known.
A woman tries to get an exact measurement. An example of something exact is a measurement of water that is completely accurate.
1. I bet I could guess your exact height. / 2. Are you able to define the exact moment at which current events become history?
Tom and Mary gave exactly the same answers on the test which made the teacher suspicious.
It seems like an interesting job. What do you exactly do?
Barter, however, was a very unsatisfactory system because people's needs seldom matched exactly.
Well, when exactly?
You can search words, and get translations. But it's not exactly a typical dictionary.
It was a big dumpster, Dima said. "And there was a lot of food, so... It wasn't exactly uncomfortable. But yes, smellier than a donkey's behind."
It's your first time doing this kind of work. You should follow the manual exactly until you get more experience.
They left for New York, didn't they? "Exactly."
All the same, we still need a scientific account of how exactly pains are caused by brain processes.
I couldn't say when exactly in my life it occurred to me that I would be a pilot someday.
For distances, if 100 meters is said it's exactly 100 meters.
used when you are giving or asking for information that is completely correct dokładnie What exactly seems to be the problem? The train got in at exactly ten o'clock.
But there had been no indications Gorbachev was having any sort of health problems, and it is not exactly clear what's happened to him now.
But she had not expected to cross an ocean, enter a new and romantic-sounding country, and find herself in exactly the same position.
The film review was quite accurate. It said the plot was poor but the acting was good; which was true.
How accurate is your spelling in your native language.
1. You saw how accurate I can be, how lethal. / 2. You know I like to be accurate.
men remember unpleasant and sexual experiences far more accurately than women.
Such an accurate, lightning-quick reply. What can I say?
A stupid man's report of what a clever man says is never accurate, because he unconsciously translates what he hears into something that he can understand.
You speak pretty highly of him but you're directly involved. I think my less charitable view might be more accurate since I can look at things objectively.
Honestly, I am not the most accurate person on earth.
And be accurate, in other words, be precise and tell the truth. Don't invent things.
I therefore voted for the use of the term 'incitement' rather than 'provocation', since this is more accurate and gives less leeway.
accurate = careful and exact.
The figures they have used are just not accurate. We hope to become more accurate in predicting earthquakes.
It's not an accurate description. (To nie jest dokładny opis.) She is very accurate in her calculations. (Ona jest bardzo dokładna w swoich wyliczeniach.) Did you give her accurate directions? (Czy dałeś jej dokładne instrukcje?)
Over time memories become less accurate, because they are changed by our brain every time we remember them.
She can assess investments very accurately.
He accurately foreseen the conditions of the company.
He accurately described what happened there.
Do not sign a delivery receipt unless it accurately lists the goods received.
The list is designed to analyze the nation’s buying habits as accurately as possible
Light source, that is what direction the light is facing, also take care with shadowing. Just copy down into the sketch book you have at hand as accurately as possible.
I remember what happened very accurately.
It is likely that nobody can accurately estimate the depth and breadth of this ravine.
People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely because chickens run about so absurdly that it's impossible to count them accurately.
She can hit her opponents very fast and very accurately.
Computers can not predict weather accurately
I will try to describe her accurately.
He entered the data accurately, not making a single mistake.
You've got to be able to write accurately for this job.
Answer accurately in one go.