"i'm searching about it but i don't get any results related with yours, how can i find it? or give me some sources" that's right grammarly?

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I'm assuming you want help with the sentence in the quotation marks, so I will tell you what is wrong.

First, 'I', the first person singular pronoun is always capitalized - always.

Next, you search for something, not about something.

You need a comma after 'it'.

Things are related to one another, not with one another.

I ended the first sentence there.


"I'm searching for it, but I don't get any results related to yours. Can you tell me how can I find it?"


I hope this helps.

link comment answered Jan 05 '13 at 23:57 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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