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August 31, 2014

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Can you help me determine if I chose the correct/incorrect sentences appropriately. It’s really urgent. 1)Jenny, 13, says “My favourite subject is English. We all have to learn English in my country because it is very difficult to find a job if you don’t know it...
September 19, 2011

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Could you please check these sentences on the same theme? Thank you. I did the corrections you told me. 1) Humanists played a major role in shaping the new Church of England since they translated the Old and New Testament into English following the examples of other Protestant...
September 18, 2011

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I'm posting you the sentences I'm most dubtful about. I included my doubts in parentheses. 1) Despite his victorious military campaigns Cromwell introduced unpopular restrictions on everyday life, such as, for example, the closing (?) of the theatres for their supposed...
September 18, 2011

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I tried to simplify some of the sentences, as you suggested to me. Can you please check if everything is OK? 1) Puritans was the name given to the more extreme Protestants within the Church of England. They disapproved of both the rites and the bishops of the Church of England...
September 18, 2011

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I forgot to include the following sentences. Thank you. 1) After 1653, even that one-house Parliament was dissolved and the country was under Cromwell’s direct rule. Officially he was given the title of Lord Protector. 2) Despite his victorious military campaigns he ...
September 18, 2011

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Here are some more sentences on the same theme. Thank you. 1) Puritans was the name given to the more extreme Protestants within the Church of England. They disapproved of both the rites and the bishops of the Church of England and wanted to reform the doctrines and the ...
September 18, 2011

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Thank you very much. Can you check the word choice in the following sentences, too? Thank you. 1) With the death of Elizabeth in 1603 the Tudor line died out and James VI (1603-1625) became the first Stuart King in England. 2) James I believed that the monarch was the ...
September 18, 2011

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Thank you very much. Could you check these sentences on history, too? 1) As Pope Clemens VII refused to declare his first marriage invalid, Henry broke with Rome and declared himself “Supreme Head of the Church of England” by means of the Act of Supremacy (1534). 2)...
September 18, 2011

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I left out the following sentences. Thank you very much! 1) Mary I (Tudor 1553-1558) was the daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. She succeeded his half-brother Edward VI, the son of Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymore. 2) She was one of the loneliest and ...
September 17, 2011

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Could you please check the following sentences, please? Thank you very much. 1) enry VII was the first king of the Tudor dynasty. His foreign policy aimed at making England’s tradition position stronger. 2) He also laid the foundations of the English naval power. He ...
September 17, 2011

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I left ou few more sentences on the Civil Rights Movement. Thank you. 1) If it hadn't been for Rosa Parks, the Civil Rights Movement wouldn't have been successfull. 2) She was coming back home from work by bus. She was tired and sat down in an empty seat. When a white ...
September 15, 2011

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Thank you very much. I left out the following definitions. 1)Lord Henry makes a panegyric of beauty, in which he defines beauty as higher than genius since it needs no explanation. 2) It is one of the great facts of the world, like sunlight or springtime. Lord Henry goes on to...
September 15, 2011

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I noticed I misspelt a few words. I'm posting it to you again. 1) During the long reign of Queen Victoria artists reacted differently to the new world shaped by the Industrial Revolution. 2) In particular, some grew/were (?) dissatisfied with Victorian materialism and ...
September 15, 2011

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Can you please check these few sentences for me? Thank you very much. 1) Walter Pater, the theorist of the aesthetic movement, believed that art shouldn't have any didactic purpose. It should be devoted to the cult of beauty. 2) The task of the poet was therefore to to ...
September 15, 2011

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Can you check if these last, new sentences on witches are correct? Thank you very much for your help! 1) James listed the main characteristics of witches: They are almost always women, they are often old, they have familiars, animal-shaped spirits that help witches do their ...
September 14, 2011

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As promised, I'm posting the ones I'm unsure of. 1) At the time when Macbeth was written there was a very public debate about witches in England. Reginald Scot, in his “Discovery of Witchcraft” argued that witches did not really exist. 2) King James took a ...
September 14, 2011

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I forgot to include the following sentences, which I need to prepare for tomorrow. Thank you very much. 1) At the time when Macbeth was written there was a very public debate about witches in England. Reginald Scot, in his “Discovery of Witchcraft” argued that ...
September 14, 2011

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Could you please have a look at these sentences, please? Thank you. 1) The Scottish managed to repulse the invasion by the Vikings. They managed to fight the Vikings off. 2) Under James I's rule the Act of Union was signed, according to which Scotland became part of Great ...
September 14, 2011

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I just wanted to know if the following word choices are possible. 1) I spend 5 Euro (or Euros?) a week on phone calls. I'm a Tim subscribed. 2) How can I express the fact that you "I have been a Tim subscriber for two years". 3) I have got a Facebook account to ...
September 14, 2011

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Can you check these few sentences, please? Thank you. 1) He is the only survivor of the shipwreck together with a Swede. 2) The ship is wrecked/He is shipwrecked. 3)He notices that the ship is not badly damaged. (if there is a shipwreck, shouldn't be the ship badly damaged...
September 14, 2011

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I just want to be sure that I got the tenses right in the following summary. As you told me, I used the simple present. I just wanted to know if the sentences in the past are correct.Thank you. 1) Once the narrator boarded (?) a ship bound for the Archipelago Islands. 2) One ...
September 14, 2011

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Can you check these sentences for me, please? Thank you. 1) Mary uses the internet mainly to carry out (also do/undertake) school research in History, Geography and Science. 2)Whenever she needs to get information, she looks it up on the net. 3) It's quick and easy since ...
September 14, 2011

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I left out the following sentence. Complete the following fill-in-the-blank activity using as many synonyms as possible.
September 13, 2011

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Thank you very much. Could you please check these other sentences? (word choice, reporting verbs) 1) European law says that animal testing cannot be used for beauty and cleaning products. Those who support animal testing say that it is a necessary evil since it helps ...
September 13, 2011

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Can you check if everything is correct? 1) Pogo jumped onto a table near the window and knocked over (which synonyms are possible? overturned, tipped over, bowled over, tumped over?) the clock. 2) The clock went through the window, landed on the roof of the car and crashed ...
September 13, 2011

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I can’t find appropriate synonym. In particular, I find it difficult to rephrase the following verbs: knock over, smash through and bounce through. Can you please help me??? Thank you. 1)Mr. Powell is counting the cost (synonym) after a teenage end-of-exam party in his ...
September 13, 2011

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Could you please check these two sentences, please? 1) Water chute and spring board don't have the same meaning, but I think I can use them both with "dive into the water". 2) Superman was both a superhero endowed with superpowers and a shy and insecure ...
September 13, 2011

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Can you check these sentences about summer holidays? Thank you. 1) When I was at the seaside, I usually bathed twice in the mornings. (went for swims). 2) I pushed my child on a swing and I watch him going on a slide. When I was at the swimming pool, I watched my child diving...
September 12, 2011

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I have a few more doubts on your corrections. Thank you!! 1) Is it wrong to say "wipe the blackboard with a duster" or is only "clean" possible? 2) "do a course" is a mistake? you can only say "take/attend a course? "take a tour, go on a...
September 12, 2011

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Thank you very much for your corrections. I checked my mistakes but I have some more doubts. 1) During our stay in London we were accomodated (we stayed) in a three-star hotel. 2) We had breakfast and dinner at the hotel and we were free to have lunch where we wanted (to). 3) ...
September 12, 2011

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I left out the following questions. Can you please check them, too? 1) My father works as a lorry driver and I helped him unloading goods from his lorry. 2) I spent the first part of my holiday studying for my make-up exams in Physics and Maths. Then I trained with my team for...
September 12, 2011

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Can you please check the grammar in the following sentences? They are all about summer holidays. 1) During my summer holiday I got some work experience as a waitress in a guesthouse in the mountains. I just had to serve food at meals. 2) I worked full time for a month and I ...
September 12, 2011

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Can you tell me if these sentences are possible? 1) We have a 15-minute break at 10.20. After the break we have a double period of Italian./ We have double Italian. 2) You use a duster to wipe a blackboard /an eraser to wipe a whiteboard. 3)What mark did you get /receive in ...
September 11, 2011

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Can you please clarify to me the rule regarding adjective order? I have long, black, curly hair OR I have long, curly, black hair ??? You can refuse to be tested orally only once. (or You can decide to excuse for not being tested orally only once) I don't know how to ...
September 11, 2011

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Could you check if the adjectives I chose are appropriate? Thank you. calm/nervous, quick-tempered easygoing/touchy, think-skinned, crabby determined/indecisive easy-going/stand offish nosy(intrusive, prying, snoopy) / indifferent, uncaring, unconcerned, uninterested ...
September 11, 2011

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I'm posting you the sentence again. I added a few other sentences. Thank you. 1)My child is outgoing, generous and likes teasing his classmates (I need an adjective: playful, annoying?). However, he is also stubborn, naughty and moody. Further, he gets sulky when I scold ...
September 11, 2011

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I forgot to add the following sentences. Thank you. 1) My child is outgoing,generous and liks teasing his classmates. However, he is also stubborn, naughty and moody. Further, he gets sulky when I scold him (kick him off?).
September 11, 2011

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I left out the following adjectives. Can you please check them, too? 1) I've got a long face, heavy (thick?), curved eyebrows, oval eyes, a small nose and a round mouth. I've got short, dark, wavy hair. According to the Face Reading Guide I'm (should be?) clever, ...
September 11, 2011

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Thank you very much. I'm having problems in finding antonyms for the following adjectives describing personality. Can you check my list, please? I need to fing synonyms for "nosy" and an antonym for "sensible", "sensitive". 1) How do you call ...
September 11, 2011

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I still have a few other sentences for you to check. Then, I didn't understand one of your corrections. Thank you for helping me. 1) Why shall I capitalize "the" in the sentence: To the left and to the right of the mannequin respectively there is a sewing machine...
September 11, 2011

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I realized I didn't check some of the missing words... I'm posting you the sentences again. 1) Photo B shows a check-out clerk and a customer standing at the counter of a clothes department (or shop). The customer may have just bought a present for a friend because I ...
September 10, 2011

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I left out the following sentences. I hope you can have a look at them. I need you to check the word choice, please. 1) Photo B shows a and a customer standing at the. The woman is paying her gift by credit card. 2) In the background I can see different kinds of clothes neatly...
September 10, 2011

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I urgently need you to check these descriptions I wrote myself, mailny grammar and word choice. Thank you. 1)Photo A shows people in a business environment. There three women and a man sitting at a desk while another man is standing. This is writing something on a notebook. 2...
September 10, 2011

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Can you please tell me if the word choice is correct? Thank you. 1) Marcus Shawcross believes that television has turned the average person into a mindless lump (synonym:a stupid mob?) 2) If he wore a shirt and a tie, he would look more suitably dressed. If he wore his hair ...
September 10, 2011

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I used your synonym link. I included the words I found in parentheses. Can you check if they are appropriate, please? Thank you. ) The festival is held in Park City, Utah and represents one of the world’s premier showcases (synonym: main settings?) for new, independently ...
September 10, 2011

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I'm finding it difficult to summarize a newspaper article on the Sundance Film Festival. Would you please help me with synonyms? 1) The festival is held in Park City, Utah and represents one of the world’s premier showcases (synonym: main settings?) for new, ...
September 9, 2011

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Thank you very much. I'm doubtful about the verb choice in these three sentences. Can you please have a look at them? 1) The journalist believes that parents should give their teenagers space to find their own identity by letting them make their own choices and giving them...
September 9, 2011

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I can't find proper synonym in 1 and 3 and I'm not sure about punctuation whenusing linkers.Thank you. 1) Teenagers sometimes feel as if they are caught in a No-Man’s-Land (synonym?) between childhood and adulthood. 2) On the one hand, they want to be treated as ...
September 9, 2011

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I left out a few sentences on family relationships I'd like you to check. Thank you. I think the word choice an be improved. 1) Teenagers sometimes feel as if they are caught in a No-Man’s-Land (synonym?) between childhood and adulthood. On the one hand, they want to ...
September 9, 2011

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Could you please check these sentences, especially the word-choice and sentence connectors? 1) Marcus Shawcross believes that the television had turned the average person into a mindless lump (synonym) who just obeys what the television tells him. 2) He is lured into (synonym...
September 9, 2011

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Can you check these other sentences, too. Thank you. 1) Michael Brown believes that shows such as the “Funniest Home Videos” have a negative effect on the children. 2) They show children making fun of their parents while the TV hosts, along with the audience have a ...
September 9, 2011

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Could you please check how I turned the sentences from direct into indirect speech? Thank you. 1) Look, Merlin, Arthur said, “the word Excalibur is written on it.” “Yes, Excalibur is the greatest sword in the world. But its scabbard is more precious:” “...
September 9, 2011

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I realized I sent you the same sentences twice. Here are my corrections. 1)Arthur said that the Graal was where Christ’s blood was kept after Christ had been crucified. Two knights soon declared they were prepared to look for the Grail for one year and one day. 2) In 537 ...
September 8, 2011

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I checked the spelling mistakes myself. Can you see if the tenses are ok? Thank you. 1)Arthur said that was where Christ’s blood had been kept after he had been crucified. Two knights soon declared the wanted to look for the Grail for one year and one day. 2) In 537 ...
September 8, 2011

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I forgot to include the following sentences. I made the changes you told me. Isnt't the subject missing in sentence? Is it possible to use the conditional in sentence 2? I divided sentence 3 into two separate sentences, as you suggested. 1) On the stone was written that he...
September 8, 2011

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Here are the other sentences I changed into indirect speech. 1)Arthur said that that was where Christ’s blood had been kept after he had been crucified. Two knights soon declared the wanted to look for the Grail for one year and one day. 2)In 537 Arthur had to go to ...
September 8, 2011

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Thank you very much. Here are some other sentences I turned into indirect speech. Can you see if the reporting verbs are appropiate? 1) King Leodegrance was very happy about his daughter’s marriage to Arthur. He admitted that he was honoured to give his daughter to a ...
September 8, 2011

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Here are the first sentences I turned into indirect speech. Can you please have a look at them? 1)A knight called Sir Pellinore warned him not to go past that fountain because he should (?) have fought with him first.Merlin told (instructed, ordered) Pellinore to stop fighting...
September 8, 2011

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I'll revise the sentences and then I'll post them back to you. Can you please suggest a site where all reporting verbs (to be used in indirect speech, especially when giving instructions or advice) are listed? I don't want to use "tell, ask" all the time...
September 8, 2011

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I left out the following sentences. i have problems in finding appropriate reporting verbs and linkers. Thank you. 1) Outside the church there was a big stone with a sword in it. These words were written on the stone: "He who pulls the sword out of this stone is the true ...
September 8, 2011

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Thank you very much for your help. I need to know if the use of reporting verbs in these sentences is correct. 1)Legend has it that Arthur was born in Tintagel, in Cornwall. 2)He was the son of Uther Pendagron,who became King of Britain in the year 493. 3) His councellor ...
September 8, 2011

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Thank you very much. Here are some mor sentences on the same theme I'd like you to check. 1) They are residents of a state residential treatment centre for juveniles who have committed major property offences (synonym) and crimes against people. 2) Paul believes that some ...
September 7, 2011

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I find it difficult to look for appropriate synonyms. Here is what I found. I don’t know the meaning of “state residential treatment centre” . 1)A 13-year-old teenager throws a rock off a bridge over the motorway. The rock hits an oncoming car, killing the ...
September 7, 2011

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I forgot to consider the following idioms. I still can't find them. Penelope Cruz is a dream come true(synonym) for Mango. Are Mango, Topshop ad H&M clothes shops? How would you describe them (real question). I can't find a synonym or a rephrase for the idiom "...
September 7, 2011

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I followed your advice and I looked for synonyms in the collections you suggested to me. I still have a few doubts. (the questions marks). 1) Since his murder, his sister Donatella has assumed control (taken over) as the head of design and she has mantained (kept up) the ...
September 7, 2011

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I still have some difficulty in finding appropriate synonyms. Thank you very much for your previous post. 1) Since his murder, his sister Donatella has taken over (synonym) as the head of design and she has kept up (synonym) the flamboyant (??) nature of collections. 2) ...
September 7, 2011

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Thank you very much. I left out the following words which I need to replace. I can’t find appropriate synonyms. 1)She caused something of a scandal by having love affairs with wealthy men, two of whom were instrumental (synonym) in first setting up her business. 2)What ...
September 7, 2011

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Can you please find appropriate synonyms because I can't think of any. Thanks lot. 1) Vivienne Westwood has been labeled as the designers’ designer. In the 1970s she opened a shop in London that became the focus of the punk movement. 2) The shop started out in life (I...
September 6, 2011

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Many,many thanks for helping me! Here is the last doubt about the summary. I left out a sentence which I partially quoted from the Economist as a conclusion.Do you think I shall include it? 1) In conclusion, the combination of smooth political succession and strong economic ...
September 6, 2011

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Thank you very much for your corrections! I tried to made the changes you suggested to me. 1) Analysts divide the Chinese capital invasion into three categories: government financial investments, investments by wealthy individuals and private equity, and corporate investments ...
September 6, 2011

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I left out the following sentences. I really need your help. Please! 1) Analysts divide the Chinese capitals’ invasion into three categories: A)government financial investments (CIC) B)investments by wealthy individuals and private equity C)corporate investments 2) China ...
September 6, 2011

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I urgently need to check this summary of a newspaper article. As I don’t know much of economy, I’d like you to check the use of words. Thank you very much. 1) Chinese economical and political influence is rising in Europe. Examples of its growth are the ownership of ...
September 6, 2011

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I just wanted to know if number 2 is completely wrong. 1.I havent' finished repairing the car enginge. 2.I haven't finished to repair the car engine. Thank you.
September 6, 2011

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Can you check these last two sentences, please? 1)The old man’s eye was open, which made the narrator angry. However, he kept still and said nothing. 2) When he wakes up he can see the size of his prison and realizes that the pit is about half the size he had calculated (...
September 5, 2011

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Can you please check these sentences I corrected myself on the basis of your suggestions? 1) On that particular night, unlike the preceding seven nights, the narrator opened the door with greater caution than the nights before. 2) However, he made a noise when he was going to ...
September 5, 2011

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I left out a few more sentences I wrote on castles. I need a synonym for "ways, way" and a revision of sentence 2. Thank you very much. 1) Castles came to Britain with the Norman-French invaders. Indeed, castles were a key part of their way of controlling new ...
September 5, 2011

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I forgot to include these last statements. Thank you. 1) Macduff confesses to Macbeth that he was torn from his mother's womb by a surgeon before he was due to be born. 2) Macbeth believes that the witches played (have played?) with him since their messages were intended ...
September 5, 2011

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I'm posting sentence 3 again for you to check. I'm includinga few other sentences. 1) Macbeth starts to be haunted by Banquo’s ghost. At the feast he becomes pale because he sees Banquo’s ghost sitting at his place. 2) The fifth act opens with the sight of ...
September 5, 2011

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Can you please check these statements on Macbeth? Thank you. 1) Macbeth doesn't feel safe because he is obsessed with the witches' prophecy about Banquo. He is worried that Banquo's son will take his place. He decides to have Banquo and his son killed. 2) Macbeth ...
September 5, 2011

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I left out these other sentences. Thank you very much. 1) After the death of Elizabeth I of England, Mary Stuart’s son, James IV of Scotland, became James I of England. In this way the two countries were united for the first time. 2) In 1707 Scotland became part of Great ...
September 5, 2011

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I tried to summarize briefly Scotland's history. Can you please have a look at it? Which form is correct: in 9th century/in the ninth century? 6th century (AD): 500-599 (is it correct?) 9th century (AD): 800-899 10th century: 900-999 1) The first inhabitants of Scotland ...
September 5, 2011

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I wanted to know of the various alternatives are possible? In question 5 I just wanted to know how I can calculate time before and after the birth of Christ. Thank you. 1)The Roman Emperor Hadrian had a wall built to keep the Scottish out. (to defend Roman Britain from/against...
September 5, 2011

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I left out the following three points. Thank you very much. 1) he is wearing a nice lilac button-up coat over a long-sleeved black patterned shirt and a pair of elegant, black trousers. 2) She is holding a black hand bag in her right hand. She has black high-heeled shoes on. 3...
September 4, 2011

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Thank you very much.These are the last sentences of the day. 1) In photo C an Asian boy is sitting at his desk. His exercise book is open on his desk (in front of him). He holds a book in his hands and seems to be flicking (skimming , thumbing) through it. 2) He is wearing a ...
September 4, 2011

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Could you please check these descriptions I need to prepare for tomorrow? Thank you. 1) The man in photo A is wearing a black tuxedo with a white shirt and a grey-and-black striped tie underneath. He is also wearing a belt. He is holding a black folder in his right hand. 2) He...
September 4, 2011

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Thank you very much. I left out a last sentence on the same theme. 1) The portrait stands for the dark side of his personality, which he tries to forget by locking it in a room. The moral of the novel is that every excess must be punished and reality cannot be escaped. 2) When...
September 4, 2011

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Thank you very much. I left out the following sentences. In particular, in sentences 3 and 4 I'd like to know if the tense choice is correct. 1) As a consequence, the Aesthetic writers believed that art did not have any didactic purpose; it need (?) only be beautiful. They...
September 4, 2011

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Could you please check these sentences on the Aesthetic movement I wrote. Thank you. 1) The Aesthetic Movement originated in France in the last decades of the 19th century as a reaction against the materialism and the restrictive moral code of the middle class. 2) The French ...
September 4, 2011

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Thank you very much. Could you check if the final version is OK? I made changes in 1 and 6 and I corrected the mistakes. 1) According to Lord Henry, their age needs a new form of hedonism, that is the pursuit of pleasure as the greatest goal in life. 2) Influenced by Lord ...
September 4, 2011

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I left out the following sentences. I really don't know which alternative is best. 1) Influenced by Lord Henry’s words on youth and beauty, he is terrified of aging (ageing?). He fears that he will lose everything when he loses his youth. 2) He impulsively vows that ...
September 4, 2011

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Thank you very much. Here are some other sentences I'm still doubtful of (word choice). 1) Lord Henry believes the ageing process makes people sallow, hollow-cheecked and dull-eyed. 2) He suggests that Dorian should not give his life to the ignorant, the common, the vulgar...
September 4, 2011

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Here are the other sentences which refer to Lord Henry. Can you please check the tense choice? 1)Lord Henry is a symbol of hedonistic and decadent upper classes, despising the Victorian virtues of work and morals, generally associated with the middle classes. 2) Truth is ...
September 4, 2011

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I isolated the sentences I'd like you to check. Can you please have a look at them? 1) Basil and Dorian first meet at a party at Lady Brandon's. Basil's first reaction is (of)fear, because he knows he has met someone whose personality can absorbe both his soul and ...
September 4, 2011

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I left out the following sentences. Thank you very much. 1) Dorian, however, is at best charming but at times enjoys hurting the artist. The adoration that Basil feels for Dorian is a disturbing mixture of terror and sorrow. 2) He was aware of gaining something from the ...
September 3, 2011

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Could you check these sentences on Oscar Wilde's "The Picture..", please? Thank you. 1) In the first chapter Lord Henry was relaxing on a divan smoking. Basil Hallward sat looking at his work smiling. 2) Lord Henry said that the portrait should be exhibited at ...
September 3, 2011

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I left out the following sentences. Thank you. Where can I look for criticism on Poe's "The Pit and the Pendulum"? 1) While he is thinking of his near death, he hears a sound of trumpets and the walls rush back. General Lasalle has entered Toledo with his army ...
September 2, 2011

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I changed the sentences as you suggested to me. Thank you. 1) Looking up at the pendulum, he realizes that its movement has become wider and quicker and that it is coming down. Its lower part is of bright steel, about a foot long; the horns (what are they?) are upwards and the...
September 2, 2011

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I left out the following sentences on the same theme. Thank you. 1) He also sees that his prison is square and that the wall is covered with iron, with horrible figures, such as skeletons. The floor, instead, is made of stones. 2) The ceiling is thirty to forty feet overhead ...
September 2, 2011

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I added a few things I'd like you to check. Is the past perfect possible in sentence 2? Thank you. 1)He is so tired that he soon falls asleep. When he wakes up he finds a loaf of bread and a jug of water beside him. 2) He thinks the water is drugged. Before falling he had...
September 2, 2011

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Could you please check these other senteces? 1) he protagonist of the story is sentenced to death and has hallucinations. The seven tall candles on the tables first seem angels and then ghosts to him. 2) After a while, he loses consciousness but not completely, everything ...
September 1, 2011

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