Grammatically

  • (adv): In a grammatical manner.
    Example: "This child already speaks grammatically"

Some articles on grammatically:

Adjectival Noun (Japanese) - Terminology
... Grammatically these words are nouns, or more technically nominals, which function attributively (like adjectives) – the main differences being that nouns take a 〜の -no suffix when acting ... subject) of a sentence, but otherwise behaving essentially identically grammatically ... analyses, nouns and na-nominals are fundamentally grammatically the same, where 〜の vs ...
Syntax (programming Languages) - Syntax Versus Semantics
... language as an example, it may not be possible to assign a meaning to a grammatically correct sentence or the sentence may be false "Colorless green ideas sleep furiously." is grammatically well-formed but has ... "John is a married bachelor." is grammatically well-formed but expresses a meaning that cannot be true ...
Generic Antecedent - Treatment in Various Languages - French
... The masculine form of "they", ils, is always used when referring to a plural and grammatically masculine antecedent, while for plural antecedents that are grammatically feminine the ... Likewise, in the singular the third person pronoun il is used to refer to grammatically masculine antecedents and elle is used to refer to grammatically feminine antecedents ...
Gender Neutrality In English - Rationale - Pronouns
... they", "their", and "them" have long been grammatically acceptable as gender-neutral singular pronouns in English Proponents of the singular "they" argue that the word has been used in the singular continuously since ... regarding the use of singular "they" are themselves grammatically incorrect Some style guides agree with these arguments, and accept the singular "they" as ...
Longest Words - Italian
... precipitevolissimo "very hasty" precipitevolissimevole " that acts very hastily", (not grammatically correct) precipitevolissimevolmente "in a way like someone/something the acts very hastily" (not ... Other words can be created with a similar (and grammatically correct) mechanism starting from a longer root, winding up with a longer word ...