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1. Which in the following verbs is correct in these senteces?

I would select get because it sounds better.

a. Does the library get full on Saturdays?

b. Does the library gets full on Saturdays?

2. Are contractions acceptable in formal or informal speach?

a. I can't understand this complicated math problem.

b. I can not understand this complicated math problem

ARCHI.

I would appreciated if anyone corrects my grammar mistakes if there is any. ( Even in this sentence.)
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ARCHI1. Which in the following verbs is correct in these senteces?

I would select get because it sounds better.

a. Does the library get full on Saturdays? o.k.

b. Does the library gets full on Saturdays?

2. Are contractions acceptable in formal or informal speach?

a. I can't understand this complicated math problem. o.k.

b. I can not understand this complicated math problem. Some insist that this should be written as one word: cannot.

ARCHI.

I would appreciated if anyone corrects my grammar mistakes if there is any. ( Even in this sentence.)

Cheers!
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Yes, you should use get in that sentence. And I'd say contractions are acceptable in most situations, unless you're writing a very formal paper for a very picky teacher.

A couple corrections, since you asked:

"1. Which of the following verbs is correct in these sentences?
I would select get because it sounds better.

a. Does the library get full on Saturdays?

b. Does the library gets full on Saturdays?

2. Are contractions acceptable in formal or informal speech?

a. I can't understand this complicated math problem.

b. I can not understand this complicated math problem

ARCHI.

I would appreciate it if anyone corrects (would correct would sound better here) my grammar mistakes if there are any. ( Even in this sentence.)"
Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any more questions.
LearningNerdYes, you should use get in that sentence. And I'd say contractions are acceptable in most situations, unless you're writing a very formal paper for a very picky teacher.

A couple corrections, since you asked:

"1. Which of the following verbs is correct in these sentences?

I would select get because it sounds better.

a. Does the library get full on Saturdays?

b. Does the library gets full on Saturdays?

2. Are contractions acceptable in formal or informal speech?

a. I can't understand this complicated math problem.

b. I can not understand this complicated math problem

ARCHI.

I would appreciate it if anyone corrects (would correct would sound better here) my grammar mistakes if there are any. ( Even in this sentence.)"

Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any more questions.

This is an example of what I call "double-woulds"; "corrected" or "were to correct", to be more proper. The mistake occurs more often in the past: I would've baked a cake if I would've known you were coming: "had known" is the correct form.