Okay pls don’t flame me for being a dumb dumb, but say I was in Japanese class and wanted to ask the teacher to correct my answer.
Would "先生、正すください。” suffice?
I understand that 正す is a transitive verb, and from my understanding that requires a subject, object and verb. In this case, I omitted the object which is a question I want them to correct, because I found it obvious enough. Is I grammatically correct to do so?
Also, is “正しいですか” correct?