definition of the internet
The followoing sentences are the way I defined the Internet. If you see any problems, can i have your comments?
1.The Internet connets networks that are used by many people who serach information.
2.The Internet is very useful system that has a lot of information in a lot of fields.
3.The Internet is a network that connets many computers all around the world. It was made to enhance peoples' conveninece in searing informaiton.
P.S. Do I have to add " the" infront of " internet" ? Also, do the first word alwasy should be capitalized? I mean can't I say internet instead of Internet?
Re: definition of the internet
The Internet is the specific proper noun for the World Wide Web, so yes, it should have both the and a capital letter. [in front - it's not a single word]
Originally Posted by bosun
People may be searching information [examining it carefully] , but in this context "searching for" [looking for] is probably what you were really meaning.
It could also be argued that you should make sure that the fact it is an electronic network is made clear.
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