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    #1

    perfectly smooth

    Please help me correct the following paragraph. Thanks!

    We didn’t know that disposable chopsticks can be dangerous to health until we took the science class. After all, most of us spend a sizable part of the day away from home, so it’s inevitable that we eat out, as well. It’s hard to distinguish the harmful chopsticks just by appearance. But people had better not choose the ones that look too white and perfectly smooth.


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    #2

    Re: perfectly smooth

    Say:

    We didn't know that disposable chopsticks could be dangerous to health....

    Say:

    But people had better not choose the ones that look too white and are perfectly smooth.


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    #3

    Re: perfectly smooth

    Ashiuhto, I told you in another thread that because this piece about chopsticks is for a competition at school, I consider it to be cheating if you get us to rewrite your entire piece. Please don't post any more of it. You must work on it on your own.

    Thread closed.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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