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There is a broken link on Computer Game Site.

Does it correct?
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I think that "on" is acceptable. I've also seen "broken link to". I'm not sure which one is correct in your case. Perhaps we need the context to decide.

Anyway, a moderator will problably solve the problem.

Sextus
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Dear Qut,

You may say «there is a broken link on the Computer Game website». The link is then on the Computer Game site.

You may also say ««there is a broken link to the Computer Game website» or «the link to the Computer Game website is broken». The link is then on another website. Emotion: smile

It is perhaps impolite of me to say so. But you may not say «does it correct». The correct phrase is «Is it correct?» Emotion: smile

Kind regards, Emotion: smile

Goldmund
Hence, we certainly needed the context.

Sextus
In fact, "Is it correct" is absolutely no problem. I just try to writing in an alternative way, since "correct" is a verb. Pls. advice.

Thanks
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Dear Qut,

«To correct» is a transitive verb. It therefore requires an object. It is for this reason that you may not say «does it correct?».

You may however say «Will you correct my English?». «My English» is then the object of «correct». Emotion: smile

Kind regards, Emotion: smile

Goldmund