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Adverbs frequently used with correct
absolutely: absolutely, completely, entirely, perfectly, quiteI know this statement is difficult to believe but it is absolutely correct.not absolutely: basically, broadly, essentially, not strictly, partiallyIt is not strictly correct to say that the disease is caused by stress, but stress is an aggravating factor.in a particular way: factually, grammatically, historically, technicallyAll the information is historically correct as far as can be ascertained.
Verbs frequently used with correct
be, be proved, proveIs he wrong or will his theories prove correct in time?
Nouns frequently used after correct in
analysis, assertion, assessment, assumption, belief, viewThe Government is correct in its view that funding must be accompanied by reform.
 
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