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My signature is ''NOTE: When you reply to my post, please look for grammatical, structural and punctuation mistakes, and please let me know of any suggestions you have. Thank you.''

Can I say it like, ''NOTE: When you reply to my post, please look for grammatical, syntactic/syntactical and punctuation mistakes, and please let me know of any suggestions you have. Thank you.''

Syntactic and syntactical are adjectives made from noun syntax. Right? Is there any difference between the meaning of syntactic and syntactical?
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They carry identical meanings.

You could of course get round it by saying 'NOTE: When you reply to my post, please look for mistakes in grammar, syntax or punctuation, and let me know of any suggestions you have. Thank you.''
Feebs11They carry identical meanings.

You could of course get round it by saying 'NOTE: When you reply to my post, please look for mistakes in grammar, syntax or punctuation, and let me know of any suggestions you have. Thank you.''
Hi Feebs,

Could I write:

NOTE: When you reply to my post, please look for mistakes in grammar, syntax or punctuation in my original post, and let me know of any suggestions you have. Thank you?
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You can, but you probably don't want us going back to the first post in the thread, but rather the most recent one. Leave it out.
Grammar GeekYou can, but you probably don't want us going back to the first post in the thread, but rather the most recent one. Leave it out.

Yes, you are right. That is misleading, therefore I should avoid it.
Which of the following signatures is more specific and clear in meaning?

1: NOTE: When you reply to my post, please look for mistakes in grammar, syntax or punctuation, and let me know of any suggestions you have. Thank you.

2: NOTE: When you reply to my post, please look for mistakes in grammar, syntax or punctuation in the message, and let me know of any suggestions you have. Thank you.
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It is implied that we are looking in your message. We're certainly not looking at thel school newsletter for mistakes to tell you about. Emotion: smile So don't bother adding the extra words.
I would suggest option number one. The latter seems to suggest that the user who is replying should analyze his own post.

Syntactical is not in Oxford dictionary; Cambridge says to "see syntactic", Merriam-Webster lists it as a variant of Syntactic.

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