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English Grammar please help, Is this question correct?

English Grammar please help, Is this question correct? Topic: A difficult situation essay help
June 17, 2019 / By Ebbie
Question: Can you make an offer in these situation? I can´t do this homework. It´s very difficult. Oh No, I don´t have any money with me! These bags are really heavy! It´s very hot in here! *The following were oral exam questions for an adult group. I´m not exactly sure they´re correct but thought I should ask for 2nd opinion before commenting to the teacher this afternoon. thanx
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Cain Cain | 4 days ago
Good morning. Here you go: 1st sentence should be one of two, depending on quantity: "Can you make an offer in these situations?" ('s' after 'situation') or "Can you make an offer in this situation?" ('this' instead of 'these') 3rd sentence: 'no' should not be capitalized, and I would advise using a dash here, rather than a comma, since 'oh no' is an interjection. "Oh no--I don't have any money with me!" Aside from that, they look good. Remember that in formal paperwork such as essays, etc. you should avoid using contractions such as can't and don't.
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Cain Originally Answered: (An English grammar question) Are the following sentences grammatically correct?
All are good except for the THEREFORE sentence. It should be either "People pollute ocean and rivers AND thereforE fish and ....." (ie use a conjunction because 'therefore' is not a stand-alone conjunction though it's very often misused as such) or "People pollute oceans and rivers; therefore fish and ...." (ie use a semi colon, ditto) The distinction between polluting and pullution is such a fine one I'd say either would do, though generally I'd say "people polluting the oceanS and rivers" (people pollating ocean and rivers) or "people's pollution of ocean and rivers" I wonder why, in the original assignment, it's ocean singular and rivers plural? Surely you pollute "ocean and river" alike, or "the oceans and [the] rivers" ?
Cain Originally Answered: (An English grammar question) Are the following sentences grammatically correct?
Most of these are gramatically correct. However remember that you do not need commas (,) before or after the conjuction. The word therefore has an 'e' on the end :) People's polluting of ocean and rivers results in dying of fish and other sea creatures. With this sentence, instead of dying you should say, 'results in the death of...' in order for it to be understandable and to flow well. Dying of fish and other sea creatures results from people's pollution of ocean and rivers. You should use the word, 'death' instead of dying here. Polluting of ocean and rivers by people causes fish and other sea creatures to die. instead of 'cause' you should consider just using 'cause'. Due to you saying, 'polluting OF oceans and rivers' it is acceptable to use the word: People's. However if you were saying 'polluting oceans and rivers' then you would have to use the word: People. For someone who is not strong with english, you've done nicely. I hope this has helped you :)
Cain Originally Answered: (An English grammar question) Are the following sentences grammatically correct?
All good. The two homonyms are interchangeable. Only a few of those sentences actually read smoothly, but they are all correct. Peace. =D

Aleric Aleric
The first question should be "Can you make an offer in this situation?", not "these situation". In the third sentence, "No" should not be capitalized. Everything else is correct. :)
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Aleric Originally Answered: Could you correct my English grammar please?
Religion is such hard topic to discuss these days. Religion affects many areas of our life. On Monday 4 Feb 2013, I attended a religion class at the College given by teacher Mike north. The class had two parts. The First part was a lecture in which the teacher explained the development of three western religions, Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. The second part was a seminar in which students read the Holy book of each of those religions to discuss the meaning of their verses, and how they reflected on people's life. Each student had to write a pre- seminar paper to be shared with other students about whatw he/she thought about those verses. Students had to do further reading to answer a question about each religion (which was posed by the teacher). The academic goal of religion class is to conclude that each religion completes every other. *** As a comment, to your text, we live at the age of 'politically correctness', so the idea is to say that 'everybody is right' even you think the opposite (or that noone is right). Anyway, regarding this subject, I'm not sure if those are truly 'western religions', since they all developed in the Middle East. And they are indeed all related (in the same way 'Romance languages' are to each other). Or they all had common roots, but diverged from each other mainly because of people's manipulation. Some rational people simply say those are fiction books... But true or not, even religious zealots should exert critical thinking... Those books were not written by themselves, and so we can assume that the prophets existed... But I'm sure that many things written are twisted... (And personally, while I believe that Jesus Christ was a man of honourable character, I take many of his actions with a grain of salt...
Aleric Originally Answered: Could you correct my English grammar please?
Question could you correct my English grammar please ? Religion is such hard a topic to discuss these days. Religion affects many parts of our life. On Monday, February 4, 2013, (4 February 2013 [Europe]) I attended a religion class offered by the college taught by Mike North. The class has two parts: The first part is a lecture where the teacher explains the development of three western religions: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. The second part is a seminar where students read the holy book of each religion to discuss the meaning of the verses, and how people deal with them. Each student has to write a pre-seminar paper to share with other students how he/she thinks about these verses. Students have to do further reading to answer some question about each religion (provided by the teacher). The academic goal of the religion class is comparing the different religions. Good job

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