Common mistake a know (known) bug/problem

Common Mistake: a know (known) bug/problem

One common mistake that many people make in their writing is using the phrase "a know bug/problem" instead of the correct form "a known bug/problem".


In this case, the incorrect usage of "know" instead of "known" is a grammatical error that can easily be fixed. "Known" is the past participle form of the verb "know" and should be used when describing something that is already known or recognized.


  • Incorrect: There is a know issue with the software update.
  • Correct: There is a known issue with the software update.

By using the correct form "known", the sentence becomes grammatically accurate and easier for the reader to understand.

Also, it is worth mentioning that there are various online tools available, such as the Linguix grammar checker, that can help you identify and correct such common grammar mistakes. These tools can be a great way to enhance the quality of your writing and ensure that your message is delivered accurately and professionally.

a know (known) bug/problem mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    This is a know problem.

    This is a known problem.

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