"Let's check how often you speak lie in a day" ?
where did you learn your grammar from?
Don't you mean "lets check how often you've lied in a day"? The apostrophe in "Let's" is grammatically incorrect and you don't need the "speak" because the structure of the sentence already indicates that the usage of "lie" is oral. You need the "you've" which is short for "you have" because it needs to be parallel with the past action verb "lied"
You are in clear violation of punctual grammar.
In any event, how do you suppose to that we check how often we lie in a day. It's like playing a game of cat and mouse. It's useless. In fact, since I now corrected your grammar, why don't you tell me how often you lied today. You can start by saying your grammar is perfect and that you aced the sentence correction portion on the GMAT
perseverance --> I'm glad I can be of some amusement
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