That is not correct grammar. A better sentence would be "I went to the supermarket and found this item." In the proper sentence, there is an object and better structure.
The sentence is missing punctuation and capitalization. It should be "There's a defect on the item I purchased."
palmar grasp is where an infant holds an item such as a crayon with the palm of their hand, where as the pincer grasp is where they hold it between their thumb and index finger (more sophisticated)
Yes, it is correct.
Their claws are used to grasp bamboo which is the principal item in their diet.
A symbol to start a new item in a list.
For a linguistic item; as a sentence or any utterance for instance, is to be both grmatically and semanticallycorrect. That is to say, any linguistic item must respect the grammar of that language (e.g. word order, correct tense...) and also it must be meaningful; it must convey a clear meaning, so as this item has its value. these two requirements overlap each other so noone could be ignored. grammar and semantics go hand in hand.
An English grammar license does not exist. It is a completely fabricated and fictional item that holds no worth, as it is not real. There is no such thing.
the correct item would be a halter. :-)
It doesnt mean anything in English. It looks like the verb "To dismantle" with ly added on the end which is not correct grammar. The verb Dismantle means to dissasemble or to take to pieces an item or object.
The ablative case in grammar is the case used for an item which is moving away from something. Alternatively it might be stationery and something is moving away from it.
No, that is not correct. First of all 'much' is wrong with 'they'. It could have been "How many are they?. But if you have to ask the price of something you could ask- "How much is it for?" or "How much do they cost?" for more than a single item. In an informal way you might ask "How much for them?" or just "How much?"
The forceps I choose to grasp a foreign body depends on the location of the foreign body and the size and texture of the item. I might use Kelly forceps or mosquito forceps most typically.
you have to match the correct item of clothing with the correct color
There is no correct item on that list.
That is the correct spelling of the Mexican food item, enchilada.
That is the correct spelling of the word "deodorant" (a toiletry item).
The correct spelling is article (published story, or an item of clothing; or a/an/the).
Weight of the item being lifted.
If you want me to pick the correct item from a list of choices for you, you'll have to let me see the list.
That is the correct spelling of "loincloth" (simple clothing item for the genital region).
That is the correct spelling of the clothing item kilts, notably worn in Scotland.
The correct spelling is pacifier (a baby item, or means of calming unrest).