Grammatically Correct

Some articles on grammatically correct, grammatically, correct:

Longest Words - Italian
... that acts very hastily", (not grammatically correct) precipitevolissimevolmente "in a way like someone/something the acts very hastily" (not grammatically ... violates Italian grammar rules, the correct form being precipitevolissimamente, which is three letters and one syllable shorter ... Other words can be created with a similar (and grammatically correct) mechanism starting from a longer root, winding up with a longer word ...
Fait Accompli - Not Used As Such in French
... Also, there are those that, even though grammatically correct, do not have the same meaning in French as the English words that derive from them ... Though grammatically correct, this expression is not used in French ... It is correct grammatically, but the expression is not used in French ...

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