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PART TWO: Revise the paragraph below based on the errors you found above.


"Whenever I’m getting reading to eat my cat is always at my feet at the stove I am always tripping over him and swearing at him nevertheless he is such a funny creature how many cats can eat artichokes correctly after all when my husband cooks the kitchen smells of strong erotic spices from what I have incorrectly called the middle east but now I refer to as south asian I didn’t know the difference and was embarrssed to realize I was referring to an actual incontinent incorrectly no matter how hard I try I haven’t been able to reproduce his best dishes but then he does have the benefit of spending most of his life in pakistan where do we get hour specialty spices I bet your wondering but to my surprise it hasn’t been difficult to find a decent ethnic grocery store all you need to do is look in the yellow pages hey theirs a novel idea you wouldnt believe how fresh and inexpensive the foods at these stores are when we shop at our favorite store rhythyms of india the owners know now us they often encourage us to buy the most recent shipment of goat meat I wasnt really crazy about that curry but love makes you do crazy things like happily married people everywhere we compromise when it is about something important we talk and sometimes agree to disagree though youve got to be yourself right"

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asked by ryan
  1. i cant figure this out please help me

    posted by ryan
  2. Write at as it should be written.

    Example:

    Whenever I'm getting ready to eat, my cat . . .

    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. but i do not know how to re write it correctly i have tried many times

    posted by ryan
  4. Have you found the errors?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. i am working on it, it is hard.

    posted by ryan
  6. Good! We learn from doing hard things. We do not learn by doing things that are too easy.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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