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    Default problem with joining sentences to make coherent sense

    The following sentences i have wrote make sense as a single entity
    I am trying to join sentence 1, sentence2 and 3 together.
    problems is they do not work well together . I have problems in joining them as a unit.


    A brief introduction to the mallagum webiste on cd1


    1.This breif was to create a website which advertised a brand of bubblegum.


    2.The Reasearched was based upon age ,gender,interest and hobbies.(demographics)

    3.The characters and background of mallagum website are nonprofessional , but it is potentialy a good idea .

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    Default Re: problem with joining sentences to make coherent sense

    Quote Originally Posted by hansolo View Post
    The following sentences i have wrote make sense as a single entity
    I am trying to join sentence 1, sentence2 and 3 together.
    problems is they do not work well together . I have problems in joining them as a unit.


    A brief introduction to the mallagum webiste on cd1


    1.This breif was to create a website which advertised a brand of bubblegum.


    2.The Reasearched was based upon age ,gender,interest and hobbies.(demographics)

    3.The characters and background of mallagum website are nonprofessional , but it is potentialy a good idea .
    Are you playing a little practical joke here? I find your grammatical and spelling mistakes quite false and I have serious doubts about your honesty about who you are. It's not funny.

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    Default Re: problem with joining sentences to make coherent sense

    No i am definitley not. I have recently graduated from university of Teeside in creative digital media .

    I am currently applying for job vacancies in the creative field. A covering letter is important to describe to a potential employer. Now my english grammar has a lot of errors . There has been some great help and realy do appreciate it.

    I would not waste your time and especailly my time. I feel the forum has helped.

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    Default Re: problem with joining sentences to make coherent sense

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Are you playing a little practical joke here? I find your grammatical and spelling mistakes quite false and I have serious doubts about your honesty about who you are. It's not funny.
    Now I understand why some of my friends write definitely with an 'a'

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    misaminia what do you mean some of your freinds write definitely with an "a".

    I am sorry you are offended.I will continue to use the forum.
    and thank you for your previous help.

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    Default Re: problem with joining sentences to make coherent sense

    The brief was to create a website which advertised a brand of bubblegum, research was undertaken based apon demographics; age and gender and also hobbies and interests.




    3.The characters and background of mallagum website are nonprofessional , but it is potentialy a good idea .

    I am sorry if I misinterpreted your motives. We get a lot of jokers on this site who, for reasons best known to themselves, think it's funny to post bogus questions to wind us up.
    I have combined your first two sentences, but I am not sure what you mean by "The characters and background of mallagum website..." in the third sentence.

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    Default Re: problem with joining sentences to make coherent sense

    Not a problem , you have used a semi colon and a colon to combine the sentences together. Do you know a link were i can learn how to use this
    technique.
    Im guessing its a conjunctive adverb, but i am not familar.

    thanks alot


    The brief was to create a website which advertised a brand of bubblegum, research was undertaken based upon demographics; age and gender and also hobbies and interests.

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    Default Re: problem with joining sentences to make coherent sense

    Quote Originally Posted by hansolo View Post
    misaminia what do you mean some of your freinds write definitely with an "a".

    I am sorry you are offended.I will continue to use the forum.
    and thank you for your previous help.
    It was in one of my earlier posts, I was asking why some people spell definitely with an 'a'. Bhaisahab explained that it might be just a common mistake in spelling. I came to conclusion that we all do mistakes even in our mother tounge. We are not perfect. That's all. I am not offended and I hope you didn't take it wrong way. Good luck in your future studies.

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