# Linguistcs

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The license fee for pets owned by senior citizens who have not been altered is \$1.50 (actual notice)

1. The license fee for pets owned by senior citizens who have not altered their license is \$1.50. (actual notice)

2 The license fee for pet woned by senior citizens who have not altered their inmmunization record is \$1.50 (actual notice)

• Linguistcs -

What you want to say here is "The license fee for unaltered pets, owned by senior citizens, is \$1.50"

• Linguistcs -

Senior citizens will pay \$1.50 for a license fee for pets who have not been neutered.

Senior citizens who have not been neutered will pay \$1.50 for their pet's license.

Note: Neutered and altered mean about the same thing -- surgery has made them incapable of having babies.

I'm glad to see you trying to figure these sentences out, Marie. :-)

• Linguistcs -

Maria, the sentence, "Senior citizens who have not been neutered will pay \$1.50 for their pet's license," makes it sound like the senior citizens have not been neutered. Instead, I would say, "If their pet has not been neutered, senior citizens will pay \$1.50 for their pet's license."

I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

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