use ungrammatical in a sentence.
What part of the sentence do you think is ungrammatical?
Hey, is it ungrammatical to call a woman Douchy?
Not actually a run-on, which refers to an ungrammatical sentence.
I agree with #1, but I don't think the also/too redundancy is ungrammatical.
But maybe natural language queries will always work better if they are grammatical, because ungrammatical queries will have too many ambiguities to parse.
Also, your first example is ungrammatical, and the second is seems somewhat awkward when it begins (as theirs does) with 'With Tulalip you'.
Based on the constant flood of ungrammatical spam they send me, BofA seems rather proud to be running Merrill Lynch.
I thought "If I had been" is past indicative, and "If I was" is ungrammatical.
As posted, the translation is ungrammatical.
The title is completely ungrammatical.
Weirder still is that "Muslim is $ADJECTIVE" is ungrammatical.
Is it just me, or is this sentence ungrammatical?
It looks like going through the Dart code, the author gradually loses his grip on reality as his writing becomes increasingly incoherent and ungrammatical.
The first sentence of this post sounds ungrammatical, which didn't put me in a good frame of mind to read the rest of the post: "How much do you value your time at?