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    Capitalize proper nouns.
    I don't know which word is the Proper Noun.

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    Thanks a million. ?F?j

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    Quote Originally Posted by o_cat
    I mean I can follow the words you write.But how do I say it--I mean I can follow the words you write.--this sentence--in spoken English?
    I'm confused. Do you mean you want to know how you can understand the words if they are spoken?

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    Default Re: Another question

    Quote Originally Posted by o_cat
    other two questions:
    1.put learning to productive ends in the sentence " The current crisis, it contends, does not derive from a legitimate desire to put learning to productive ends. "what does the phrase mean?
    2.Many Americans harbour a grossly distorted and exaggerated view of most of the risks surrounding food.
    Is harbour a verb in this sentence?if not,what does harbour mean?
    1. That means put what you learn to good use.
    2. In that sentence harbor means hold that viewpoint. It means that is the viewpoint they hold (mistaken or not).

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