Your vocabulary is to (-10: misspelled "too") categorical (-10: diction)
for a person of my intellectual ability to comprehend! So if you mean to insinuate that I will tolerate your diabolical provications (-10: misspelled "provocations") (-10: comma fault)
you are thoroughly mistaken!
-40 * 2 events = -80 :tongue:Corrected
Your vocabulary is too miniscule for a person of my intellectual ability to comprehend. So, if you mean to insinuate that I will tolerate your diabolical provocations, you are thoroughly mistaken!
- "To" is a preposition, not an adverb; therefore it cannot modify the adjective following it. "Too" is the adverb you want.
- A vocabulary is the total collection of words available for use by the person. It cannot be "categorical" since it is all-inclusive, though perhaps limited when compared with someone else's vocabulary. Most likely, "miniscule," or perhaps "limited," is the desired adjective.
- "Provocations" is the correct spelling. There is no word in the English language that begins with "provic-".
- "You are thoroughly mistaken!" is an independent clause and must be separated from its preceeding dependent conditional clause by a comma. The comma after the expletory word "So," is optional, but recommended to give emphasis.
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