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Homework Help: English 1

Posted by pam on Sunday, March 14, 2010 at 5:54pm.

Revise the following paragraph, improving it without changing its overall meaning. Pay particular attention to any potential sentence fragments.

Cooking is not as easy as it looks. For example, the terminology. Selecting the freshest ingredients for cooking. It is important. The biggest challenges like knowing where to begin, and understanding the instructions. Even washing and preparing fresh vegetables. The cookbook can help if it has pictures. Written instructions are not easy. Good results means having the right tools. Skillets, sauce pans, spatulas, spoons, whisks and others for example. Who would have thought making breakfast would be so hard? There is a lot to learn. Especially in cooking.

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Cooking is not as easy as it looks. For example, the terminology, of selecting the freshest ingredients for cooking, is important. The biggest challenges are knowing where to begin, and understanding the instructions. Even washing and preparing fresh vegetables. The cookbook can help if it has pictures. Written instructions are not easy. Good results means having the right tools. Skillets, sauce pans, spatulas, spoons, whisks and others for example. Who would have thought making breakfast would be so hard? There is a lot to learn, especially in cooking.

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