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    danger and toxic

    Are these the correct forms of the two words?

    The criminal act of numerous factories dumping waste into the rivers has led to dangerous high toxic (adj) levels.

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    Re: danger and toxic

    Quote Originally Posted by ucef View Post
    Are these the correct forms of the two words?

    The criminal act of numerous factories dumping waste into the rivers has led to dangerously high levels of toxicity.
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    Bhai.

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    Re: danger and toxic

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Bhai.
    The sentence is like this:

    The criminal act of numerous factories dumping waste into the rivers has led to ..... high ..... levels. Which means that I only have to fill the blanks!
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    Re: danger and toxic

    Quote Originally Posted by ucef View Post
    The sentence is like this:

    The criminal act of numerous factories dumping waste into the rivers has led to ..... high ..... levels. Which means that I only have to fill the blanks!
    ... has led to dangerously high toxicity levels.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: danger and toxic

    ucef, if your question is about an exercise you are trying to complete, please let us know what the instructions are. We waste time if you don't. This time it ws bhai who wasted his time. He gave a perfectly valid answer, only to discover that it was not what you needed - because you hadn't made it clear what you needed.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 08-Sep-2013 at 21:53.

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