Q: How can the Constitution be amended?

My answer: The Constitution comes along with an amendment that may be introduced by congress. The way that an amendment could be proposed is if there are two-thirds votes from each house of representatives. The houses are senate or constitution convention and the representatives. It has to be approved by legislature in a three-fourths vote by state conventions.

Will someone help me reword this? I know it's correct but I just need to fix the wording. I just don't like how I did it but I don't know any other way to do it.

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  1. Hmm. It doesn't need rewording to me keep up the good work cat.exe I'm sure if you use grammarly that would help out.

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  2. Yeah, Grammarly is a good option

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