Is this grammatically right? [English]?
'She sucks at acting.'
is it right?
- RELv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
If you are interested in good grammar, avoid tacky expressions like 'sucks', which has an obscene origin.
She is no good at acting.
She is useless as an actor.
- georgetslcLv 77 years ago
Yes, it's grammatically correct. As RE suggests, it may not be socially correct in all venues.
But in some, it would be exactly right.
- 7 years ago
Although, I would chose something like "Terrible" rather than "Sucks", it just suits the entire sentence more.
- GuantanamoGeorgeLv 77 years ago
It is, if you understand that "sucks" in this context is slang and considered offensive by some people.