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  1. +1 −1  docs/guide/form.builder.txt
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@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ Using Form Builder
==================
When creating HTML forms, we often find that we are writing a lot of repetitive view code
-which are difficult to be reused in a different project. For example, for every
+which is difficult to be reused in a different project. For example, for every
input field, we need to associate it with a text label and display possible validation errors.
To improve the reusability of these code, we can use the form builder feature which has
been available since Yii version 1.1.0.
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@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ display the input fields in an HTML table.
Note in the above that we use `"[$i]name"` instead of `"name"` as the
second parameter when calling [CHtml::activeTextField].
-If there are validation errors, the corresponding input fields will
+If there are any validation errors, the corresponding input fields will
be highlighted automatically, just like the single model input we described
earlier on.
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