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    Would somebody help me with my English?

    1- The explanation about the methodology of this research is too brief for me to justify.

    2- The duration of prescription studied was too short.

    3- Relatively low response rate and respondents might be only from general practitioners which interested with the studied drugs and disease.

    4- The availability of English version of questionnaire is not mentioned in the article.



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    dean

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    1- Justify seems an odd choice to me- do you mean that you can't accept and approve the methodology on the information given?
    3- practitioners which interested with- practitioners interested in
    4- I'd change the order- There is no mention of the availability of an English version of the questionnaire

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    1- Justify seems an odd choice to me- do you mean that you can't accept and approve the methodology on the information given?
    Yes you do. How about " The explanation about the methodology of this research is too brief for me to rate the quality of it"?.

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    It's fine but I think I'd use 'explanation of'.

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