Is this gramatically correct?

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The phrase ‘Thinking of U and I’ is not ungrammatical because of the use of I. It maybe ungrammatical because of the use of U, although this is rather common ...

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To clarify, this is a letter my boyfriend is writing to try to get a speeding fine commuted to a warning. He asked me to proof-read it, and I suggested he ...

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Yes, Barb, we are permitted to correct grammar when transcribing. For many doctors, English is their second language, so we can correct their grammar and/or spelling.

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GRAMMAR: IS THIS SENTENCE CORRECT? Read the sentence and answer "yes" or "no" depending on whether the sentence is grammatically correct or not.