posted by Henry2 on .
I urgently need you to check a few sentences 2-4 which I need to include in an email.
1)The universe was conceived in the forms of a chain of being and a cosmic dance.
(Can I replace "in the forms of" with "like" or "as"?)
2) As you are both a science and a maths teacher, I think you would prefer to concentrate on a scientific subject for our Comenius project.
3) Our science and history teachers here all very professional and qualified but, according to our school reformation, they’ll soon have to teach their subject in English. They, of course, will need to go through a special period of training.
4) For this reason, we’d like to carry out a Comenius project with a school, which has a state-of-the-art bilingual branch and therefore a well-established experience in teaching such subjects in English.
1. I think the problem is the use of the word "conceived" -- both in its meaning and in its form here as a passive, but without telling who did this conceiving.
Study the meaning of "conceive" and let me know: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/conceive
3. comma after "qualified"
4. ... with a school that has a ...