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    is there any mistake?

    In order to adapt to life, students should observe the environment and learn to come to results by establishing cause-effect relations between events as much as possible. In this way, we help students improve the skills, such as: making right decisions, objective thinking and analyzing events through the scientific ways. There is no doubt that, these are useful to them, to their family and to their environment, as well.

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    Re: is there any mistake?

    In order to adapt to life, students should observe their environment and learn to obtain [reach, get] results by establishing cause-effect relationships between events as much as possible. In this way, we help students can improve the skills [no comma] such as [colon not necessary] making right decisions, thinking objectively, and analyzing events through the scientific method. There is no doubt that [no comma] these skills are will be useful to them, to their family, and to their environment [no comma] as well.

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