which is correct!?
in plan english which way is correct , He's an idiot or He is an idiot ..which one is grammerly correct ..
- RPLv 71 month ago
There is no essential difference. He's contracts "is" and He is is exactly the same as it appears. Both are fine.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Both are grammatically correct. The form with "He's" is informal, generally used in speech, but should not be used in formal writing.
Note that the correct form is "Which one is grammatically correct?" 'Grammerly' is incorrect, and is not recognised by my spell checker.
- Chi girlLv 71 month ago
In PLAIN English, which way is correct? Both are correct, and you mean "grammatically."
- 1 month ago
i go with . . . he is an idiot.
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- UserLv 71 month ago
Both are perfectly correct AND normal sounding.
"He's an idiot!" is probably the more common phrasing.
- KAG 2020Lv 41 month ago
First one is better, neither is actually incirrect