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Hi friend,

Is this a correct sentence and free from error?

"I am good in website user interface designs"

should I use "in" or "at" from the above statement.

Thanks,

Gary Lee
Junior Member57
Be good at.

GOOD:

▶SKILFUL◀
able to do something well
She's a very good player.Do you know a good builder?
good at (doing) something
Alex is very good at languages.She's good at making things.
good with
As a politician, you need to be good with words (=skilful at using words) .He's very good with people (=skilful at dealing with people) .
do/make a good job (of doing something) (=do something well) Mike's done a good job of painting the windows.
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New Member33
Alright. then it should be " I am good at website user interface designs" ? right?

Can someone please check if there is any grammar mistake on the above sentence.

Thank You,

Gary
You have a grammatically correct sentence there. As a stylistic suggestion, however, I would replace the word "good" with something else; "good" is altogether generic and unimpressive. "Proficient" or "adept" would be good ([Emotion: wink]) replacements.
New Member29
Hello Gary

If you're talking about your general design skills, it would be better to say:

"I am good at website user interface design"

i.e. with 'design' in the singular.

Though probably "I am good at designing websites" would suffice.

MrP
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Anonymous:
can anyone tell which of the following sentence is correct.

1). kindly find attached the photos.

2). kinldy find the attached photos.

I have a doubt whether the first sentence is correct or not.
Anonymous:
(2) is correct.
Interesting.

Think I'd go for #1.

1. Kindly find attached the photos you requested.

Though 'kindly find attached' is a little quaint; you might as well say 'here are the photos you asked for'.

MrP
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