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  1. Newbie
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    Question Is this phrase "unnatural"?

    Some English natives told me that this phrase sounds "unnatural", and it's not correct in English.

    I am a freelance writer offering services for your business and personal needs. Skilled, analytically mind-oriented, I offer you original, documented content in different areas of expertise.

    Does "
    analytically mind-oriented" is incorrect?

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    Re: Is this phrase "unnatural"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan-Adrian Dr View Post
    Some English natives told me that this phrase sounds "unnatural", and it's not correct in English.

    I am a freelance writer offering services for your business and personal needs. Skilled, analytically mind-oriented, I offer you original, documented content in different areas of expertise.

    Does Is "analytically mind-oriented" is incorrect?
    It's incorrect.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Is this phrase "unnatural"?

    If you are a writer and your content is not documented, then what would it be?

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    Re: Is this phrase "unnatural"?

    Thanks for the reply and sorry for my spelling.
    Yes, it seems that it is incorrect.

    Can you help me with a suggestion?

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    #5

    Re: Is this phrase "unnatural"?

    How about 'analytically minded'?

    Not a teacher.

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