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Would you please correct my English grammar? Topic: Choosing a research question
July 17, 2019 / By Ruby
Question: Rationale: Research Question: How does smoking influence the society? I chose this subject becaus a lot of people are smoke all over the world. Although they know it is not healthy. Smoking hurts even those who stand beside the smokers. Besides, a lot of teenagers smoke cigarrttes because they want to be cool and popular. Most people say them can't stop smoking. I chose this subject to find out why people do it to themselves. Do they do it to feel cool? Do they do it because a lot of people smoke? Do they do it because they don’t have anything else to do? Do they do it for fun? I chose this subject to get answers to these questions.
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Mort Mort | 9 days ago
Research Question: How does smoking influence society? I chose this topic because a lot of people smoke all over the world. Most know it is not healthy for them, but smoking even hurts those standing beside the smokers through something called second-and smoke. Teenagers are drawn to smoking cigarrttes because they think it's cool. Smoking is addictive. I chose this subject to find out why people do this to themselves. Do they do it to feel cool? Do they do it because a lot of people smoke? Do they do it because they don’t have anything else to do? Do they do it for fun? These are the questions I want to answer.
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Mort Originally Answered: Could you correct my English grammar please?
It depends on if whoever you write this for wants you to use words like "First". I'll keep it out for this one: The main challenge facing Christians today is the idea of modifying their religion. Christianity emerged thousands of years ago, which in turn means that some of the things they believe in can be dated or wrong. (I'm doing my best for the next part, because you go off a tangent with literally no meaning or purpose) With more and more branches of Christianity emerging through the ages, such as Martin Luther's reformation of the Catholic church (more commonly known as the protestant church) Christianity seems to have moved farther and farther from its origins, and become instead a collection of completely unrelated belief systems. Though it can be argued that this has in turn fixed many of the issues of Christianity, I don't think this is the case. (Then you jump to a BS statement about free speech) For example, Christian churches cannot deal with issues in the modern world, like drugs, alcohol, and the controversy of homosexuality. Even though some churches have addressed these hot button topics, Christianity hasn't come up with a decision as a whole. Therefor, it has affected the rights of the people in the church, because they feel obligated to ask whether or not something is sinful. So in conclusion, the relationship between churches and people are not going in the right direction. Here is the same thing without my notes, so you can copy/paste it into whatever your doing: The main challenge facing Christians today is the idea of modifying their religion. Christianity emerged thousands of years ago, which in turn means that some of the things they believe in can be dated or wrong.With more and more branches of Christianity emerging through the ages, such as Martin Luther's reformation of the Catholic church (more commonly known as the protestant church) Christianity seems to have moved farther and farther from its origins, and become instead a collection of completely unrelated belief systems. Though it can be argued that this has in turn fixed many of the issues of Christianity, I don't think this is the case.For example, Christian churches cannot deal with issues in the modern world, like drugs, alcohol, and the controversy of homosexuality. Even though some churches have addressed these hot button topics, Christianity hasn't come up with a decision as a whole. Therefor, it has affected the rights of the people in the church, because they feel obligated to ask whether or not something is sinful. So in conclusion, the relationship between churches and people are not going in the right direction. Though your question is on grammar, my god this is weak (pun intended). This is legitimately a D+ job. With what I added you could maybe get a C, but come on! Google is a thing, you know.
Mort Originally Answered: Could you correct my English grammar please?
Firstly, the main challenge that faces Christians is modifying the religion. (the meaning of that sentence doesn't make sense; how is that a challenge, what do you mean by modifying, etc.) Christianity begun few centuries ago, so Christians are facing changes in the core of the religion. (what do you mean? Doesn't make a lot of sense) For example, in Christianity, Luther (who is this?) and a lot of people have established THE church; therefore, Christianity has more and more ideas that it does not link to Christianity anymore. However, these churches have not fixed the issues of Christianity (can also be phrased as 'has not fixed Christianity's issues'). In fact, it made it worst. Christianity cannot deal with hot topics anymore (hot topics?). For example, drugs, alcohol, and homosexuality are all topics some churches have accepted and others have not. Therefore, these ideas have affected the rights of free speech because every Christian feels he has to ask for promotion to do something (ask for promotion? Perhaps you mean 'ask for permission'?). In short, the relationship between the Church and Christians are not in the right direction. I've fixed the grammar but a lot of the meaning does not make sense. Note that 'Christian people' can simply be written as 'Christians', and you can refer to churches as The Church because it is basically all under one organization, this is one of the only cases in English you can do this though. Also, correct grammar doesn't mean the sentence will make sense. For example, 'Marshmallows are executed due to pink bananas having multiple children' is grammatically correct, but it doesn't make sense lol. This is a skill you will have to learn on your own I'm afraid. Good luck!

Kelan Kelan
Research Question: How does smoking influence the society? I chose this subject becaus a lot of people are smoking all over the world. Although they know it is not health, smoking hurts even those who stand beside the smokers. Besides, a lot of teenagers smoke cigarettes because they want to be cool and popular. Most people say they can't stop smoking. I chose this subject to find out why people do it to themselves. Do they do it to feel cool? Do they do it because a lot of people smoke? Do they do it because they don’t have anything else to do? Do they do it for fun? I chose this subject to get answers to these questions.
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Kelan Originally Answered: Would you please correct my English grammar?
Dear Sir / Madam I am writing because I wish to complain about the manager’s shop which I have been working at a few afternoons a week under unfair conditions. First of all, you said the conditions of working would be pleasant. However when I was working at the shop I discovered the air conditioning did not work and the weather was warm. Secondly you promised I would get assistance that would help me with the customers. However no assistance was provided, and often times I have been working alone. In addition, you have not paid my salary, even though you promised you would pay on time. In addition to the wages I have not yet received, I would also like compensation for the disappointing conditions. I would appreciate if you will work with me and fulfill the promises you made to me. I look forward to a prompt reply. Yours sincerely, John Martin
Kelan Originally Answered: Would you please correct my English grammar?
Ok here is the improved version. i hope I helped :D Dear Sir / Madam My name is John Martin. I am writing because I wish to complain about the manager’s shop which I have been working at a few afternoons a week at a clothes shop with unfair conditions. First of all, you said the conditions of working would be pleasant however when I was working at the shop I discovered that the air condition didn’t work and the weather was warm. Secondly, you promised I would get assistance to help me with the customers; although, no one was there to assist and I had no chocie but to work alone. In addition, you haven't paid my salary yet and you promised that you would pay it on time. I would also like compensation for the unfair conditions. In conclusion, I am disappointed with the unfair conditions. I would appreciate it if you would understand me and change these conditions like you promised. I look forward to a prompt reply. Thank you for taking the time to look over this, I really appreciate it. Yours sincerely, (Signature here) John Martin

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