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    I have to present accurate, authorized definitions to ...

    I was asked to define Psycholinguistics. Next week I have to present accurate, authorized definitions to my teacher. I need you to find me two definitions for Psycholinguistics with the names of authors. Also, donít forget to mention the books' name.


    I am trying to see if I am good at writing something meaningful, grammatical. Is this good, please?

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    Re: I have to present accurate, authorized definitions to ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    I was asked to define Psycholinguistics. Next week I have to present accurate, authorized definitions to my teacher. I need you to find me two definitions for Psycholinguistics with the names of authors. Also, don’t forget to mention the books' name.


    I am trying to see if I am good at writing something meaningful, grammatical. Is this good, please?
    It's close. The ending needs to be "the books' names" or, better, "the names of the books". I would also place "the" before "authors".

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    Re: I have to present accurate, authorized definitions to ...

    How about titles instead of names as it's an academic context?

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    Re: I have to present accurate, authorized definitions to ...

    But, my friend, please remember this: in Western society there is no such thing as an "accurate authorized definition". You have set us an impossible task.

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