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From Teflpedia

Well-formedness or grammaticality[1]is the quality of a sentence, clause, word, or other linguistic element that conforms to the grammar of its individual language (e.g. English). Well-formed phrases are grammatical, meaning they obey all relevant rules of grammar.

Language may be well-formed but incorrect in other ways, for example by being untruthful.

Linguists typically speak of well-formed sentences and well-formed clauses.

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