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    construct vs. organize

    Parent: The "construction" or "organization" of these sentences is not good. You need to "re-organize" or "re-construct" your sentences with one topic sentence and three supporting sentences.

    Are they both correct? If so, which one is more common? Thank you!

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    Re: construct vs. organize

    Quote Originally Posted by jokaec1 View Post
    Parent: The construction structure/organization of these sentences this text is not good. You need to reorganize/restructure "re-construct" your sentences paragraph with by writing one topic sentence and three supporting sentences.
    See above.

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