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  1. Odessa Dawn's Avatar
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    #1

    "unless having/unless they have/unless to have"?

    1. ESL students cannot succeed in a new environment only by mastering the target language unless having the ability to negociate negotiate the target culture.

    2. ESL students cannot succeed in a new environment only by mastering the target language unless they have the ability to negociate negotiate the target culture.

    3. ESL students cannot succeed in a new environment only by mastering the target language unless to have the ability to negociate negotiate the target culture.

    Are all possible?
    Last edited by Odessa Dawn; 25-May-2015 at 23:36. Reason: (negociate->negotiate) Thank you, Mike.

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    #2

    Re: "unless having/unless they have/unless to have"?

    Hi,
    I'm not a teacher.

    The second one is good. Third one is not possible. The first one you can modify this way: "... , without having the ability to negociate the target culture."

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    Re: "unless having/unless they have/unless to have"?

    Only 2 works for me. And you have spelled "negotiate" wrong in all three.

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