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    Red face separate the passage into sentences and paragraphs(using four paragraphs)

    maryseacole was born in 1805 in Kingston Jamaicaher mother practiced as a “doctress” using medical knowledgewhich women had brought from Africa and developed in the tropics fromher mother mary inherited her medical skills as well as her abilityto run a boarding school from her father a scottish military man sheinherited her fascination with army life marys own medical reputationwas established during a series of cholera and yellow fever epidemicsshe made her own medicine and emphasized high standards of hygiene aswell as enforcing strict quarantine on victims by this methods shesaved many lives on the outbreak of the crimean war mary volunteeredher services to the British army although she had worked for the armybefore as its own request this time she was turned down undauntedmary made her own way to the war zone once in the crimea she not onlynursed the soldiers but also ran a hotel and sold food wine andmedicines after the war mary was treated as a celebrity she wasdecorated by the governments of four countries in England a poem inher honor was published in punch and even the rooyal family requestedher company and medical expertise.

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    Re: separate the passage into sentences and paragraphs(using four paragraphs)

    Hello dankie, and welcome to Using English.

    Please note we cannot help with homework. Your teacher needs to see what you can do yourself. After you submit it to your teacher, if your teacher has made comments you don't understand, please ask us then.

    If this is not homework (self-study, etc.) then please make your best attempt at the assignment first.

    No one will simply perform the task for you. That doesn't help you learn at all.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    #3

    Re: separate the passage into sentences and paragraphs(using four paragraphs)

    You also have to add other punctuation like commas.

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    #4

    Re: separate the passage into sentences and paragraphs(using four paragraphs)

    ... and space between all words (even though that could be a posting error).

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    #5

    Re: separate the passage into sentences and paragraphs(using four paragraphs)

    Please it is not a homework

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    #6

    Re: separate the passage into sentences and paragraphs(using four paragraphs)

    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    If this is not homework (self-study, etc.) then please make your best attempt at the assignment first.

    No one will simply perform the task for you. That doesn't help you learn at all.
    This still applies.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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