Instant grammar answer for the common rules we all need a reminder of once in a while

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I am sure I’m not the only one who need the only one who would appreciate an instant answer to the below queries:

a an
is are
has have

And variations with “or” and “and” between them, of course.

For example a one sentence rule is usually all the reminder I need. “I, you, we, they have; and he, she, it has.” More in-depth answers are available in the general search results.
• posted 5 years and 7 months ago • type: Longtail (full-text data) Needs Source Suggestions

anonymous
Not being a programer (as if it's not obvious) it seems there needs to some format (or template) that can accept the same qualifier's. I know scientific (focused/narrow, in searching journal's, etc.) does this, in various way's. I'll check some source's, i.e., web site's, and see if I can provide example's of the site's themselves that use said qualifier's. The code (what ever...) that's used I have no idea. But I've used it. Scary, no. Embarrassing, yes. I'll provide a few example's shortly.
posted by [UserVoice Robert] • 4 years and 9 months ago Link
anonymous
I'm not sure if this is exactly what we're looking for, but they appear to have a fairly comprehensive set of rules.
http://community.languagetool.org/rule/l...
posted by <hidden> • 3 years and 8 months ago Link