posted by Henry1 on .
I forgot to include the following sentences. Thankk you.
1) You changed very little from the notes I gave you on photocopy. You can’t include everything. Select the information you really need to answer the questions and try not to exceed the ten lines.
2)He is eager to show that good may come of (not From) evil.
3)The writer of novel (better: novel writer, author)
4)The writer wrote in a simple way so as to (not just “to”) be understood even (not “only”) well educated readers.
2. either preposition is OK
3. the writer of a novel; the writer of the novel (if there's one in particular you have named); the author of a novel; the author of the novel...
4. "The author wrote..." is better -- no immediate repetition of obviously related words. The phrasing "so as" is stilted. Try this:
The author wrote in a simple way so he would be understood by everyone. (I don't understand the "even not only..." part.)