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Thread: no time :(

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    no time :(

    Hi All,

    Please correct the following pargraph


    We have washing machine to wash cloths, we have dish washer to clean utensils, we have vacuum cleaner to broom the house, we have car to drive and many more machines to finish the work faster but still we do not have time. Thirty years ago I didnít have such anything in my parentsí house. Still I remember my parent had plenty of time for us and even to chat with their neighbors. More machines means we desire to do more work and thatís the culprit that we are left with "no time". But why do we want to do more work? Any thought on this?



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    Re: no time :(

    When do you have to submit your piece to your teacher/tutor?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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