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    What Would Be a Good Way to Say This?

    Hello teachers,

    I need your help with expressing a thought the right way.

    My sentence goes along the lines of this:

    "Meteorological phenomena are not named after people. However, the practice did unofficially exist in the past" (meaning that some people used to give meteorological phenomena human names in the past)

    Does the second sentence sound right to you? Is there a better way to phrase it?

    Thanks a bunch,

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    Re: What Would Be a Good Way to Say This?

    It sounds OK to me.

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