Originally Posted by talksfour
Now like every browser has the feature to find out spell mistakes, so this is no more of a issue.
So lets critique the grammar!
for "spell mistakes" spending a term at Hogwarts would serve you better, as here they are spelling
"Now like every browser has the feature"
More of a American teenager remark than it is English, so to be nearer English it whould be
"These days almost every browser has a feature to check for spelling mistakes..."
"no more of a issue". If the word following the 'a' begins with a vowel, 'an' should be substituted for 'a'. So the statement should be "no more of an issue"
However "no more of an issue" implies a comparative rather a definitive so should be followed by an example of something that is equally insignificant.
To be a definitive statement "no more of an issue" should be replaced with a phrase that indicates or applies a temporal distiction ie: "is no longer an issue" or "is an issue no longer"
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