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The aim of the current study is to test what types of sentences according to their grammatical structure are (a) considered to be more plausible from a native speaker's view and (b) perceived as better understandable even if not entirely grammatical. A quasi-experimental task in a repeated measures design was conducted. 83 native speakers of Latvian have rated a randomized and balanced set of most typical grammatical errors (together with correct sentences and the filler sentences). Importantlydoi:10.22364/bjmc.2018.6.2.09 fatcat:ngcnc7q72jdknnrd7oohdyvtja