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    Arrow Paraphares

    "These nonsensical, gas-guzzling behemoths are one of the fastest-growing segment of the vehicle market"

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    Help with changing to a simple language using paraphrase, but keeping the sentence meaning the same.

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    Re: Paraphares

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_80061 View Post
    Help with changing to a simple language using paraphrase, but keeping the sentence meaning the same.
    When you say "using paraphrase", do you mean you just need to paraphrase that statement and put it into simpler English?

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