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@Tony C posted:

But if I were to use of, which one is correct, of you or of your as per above. Thanks

Both "you" and "your" are grammatically correct, but extremely awkward. Why would you say something so awkward instead of using the natural-sounding version David proposed? Tony, language is not just a question of being grammatically correct but also of sounding natural.

OK. Both of the sentence is correct grammatically or should it be written grammatically correct?  It sounds better saying "grammatically correct"...however, it is clear to the reader the meaning of the sentence.  I like good sounding sentences. I do not agree in holding it against a person writing a bad sounding sentence.   Comments please. Thank you.

Hello, Grama, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange.

@Grama posted:

Both of the sentence is correct grammatically or should it be written grammatically correct?  It sounds better saying "grammatically correct"

Yes, adverbs usually precede the adjectives they modify, so we say that something is grammatically correct or grammatically incorrect.

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