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THE HIGH TIDE
The high tide repeats every twelve hours and twenty-five minutes, in any point of the planet. That time is half of which uses the moon to return approximately to the same position (in give a turn around the Earth).
This is due to the Moon exerts an attraction force on the water of the oceans that are in the side that the Moon are, moving away this water of the Earth, but also it exerts a force on the Earth moving away it of the water of the opposite side. Therefore, the two tides take place in the diametrically opposite sides and line with the position of the Moon.
In fact, it is not exactly in line with the Moon, since the water moves slowly following the speed of the Moon but late. As indirect effect this does that the Earth rotation sees braking with which the days are made long more and more and in addition the Moon is accelerated and consequently it moves away of the Earth (about 3 cm. per year).
The Sun also produces tides but they are approximately a third smaller than the produced ones by the Moon. Thus, during the new Moon and the full Moon (two times to the month) these forces are aligned obtaining greater tides of the normal (alive tides or of sicigia).
During the lunar quarters, First quarter and Decline (also 2 times to the month), the two forces are decompensated obtaining smaller tides of the habitual (dead tides or of quadrature).

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## Re: Correct my translation, please

THE HIGH TIDE
The high tide repeats every twelve hours and twenty-five minutes, AT any point of the planet. That time is half of which THE MOON USES to return approximately to the same position (ROTATING 360 DEGREES around the Earth).
This is due to the Moon exertION WHICH IS an attraction force on the water of the oceans that are AT SAME OF SIDE OF THE MOON,

moving away this water of the Earth, (WHAT YOU WANTED TO SAY)

but IT ALSO exerts a force on the Earth, moving away (WHAT IS MOVED AWAY?)
it of the water of the opposite side.

Therefore, the two tides take place in the diametrically opposite sides and line with the position of the Moon.
In fact, it is not exactly in line with the Moon, since the water moves slowly following the speed of the Moon but lateR.

As AN indirect effect this does that the Earth rotation sees braking (SEES BRAKING?) with which the days are made long more and more and in addition the Moon is accelerated and consequently it moves away of the Earth (about
3 cm. per year).
REWRITE THE PARAGRAPH ABOVE.

The Sun also produces tides but they are approximately a third smaller than the produced ones by the Moon. Thus, during the new Moon and the full Moon (two times to/ON the month) these forces are aligned obtaining greater tides of the normal (alive tides or of sicigia).
During the lunar quarters, First quarter and Decline (also 2 times to the month), the two forces are decompensated obtaining smaller tides of the habitual (dead tides or of quadrature).

THIS IS A SCIENTIFIC TEXT...FOR BETTER APPROACH IS NEEDED AN OVERALL ANALYSIS OF THE INFORMATION USED AS SUPPORT.

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