- 1 Post By leeleev
please help me correct this sentence:
Of course, conferences are not just about the food provided. Especially when the conference planners take the time to recruit unique and well-known speakers. This can make an average conference quite rewarding, well worth the missed work to attend.
Originally Posted by leeleev
NOT A TEACHER
(1) Welcome to usingenglish.com.
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(and non-teachers) who will be delighted to help you.
(3) Since you are a new member, may I most respectfully and gently remind
you that some teachers ask that you not ask them to do your homework. They
ask that you present your answers, and then they will check them.
(4) Since you probably did not know about this rule, I think that the teachers will
let me answer your question without getting angry with me.
(5) I think that your paragraph is dealing with two matters: a so-called sentence
fragment and the improper use of the comma.
(6) I think (remember: this is only my opinion. If a teacher has another answer,
you must accept the teacher's answer) that your teacher would be happy if you
rewrote it as:
Of course, conferences are not just about the food provided, especially when
the conference planners take the time to recruit unique and well-known speakers.
This can make an average conference quite rewarding and well worth the missed
work to attend.
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