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    would

    Is the following right? For example, do I have to put "would" in front of "negatively?

    Jackson et al.’s research hypothesis was that
    higher levels of socio-cultural adjustment would 1) postiively correlate with self-esteem and psychological adjustment and 2) negatively correlate with anxiety/somatic symptoms.

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    #2

    Re: would

    No.

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    would

    Is the following right? For example, do I have to put "would" in front of "negatively"? Do I have to put "to" in front of "experience"? Thanks.

    Jackson et al.’s research hypothesis was that higher levels of socio-cultural adjustment would positively correlate with self-esteem and psychological adjustment and would negatively correlate with anxiety/somatic symptoms.

    However, the key recommendations from the most recent scholarly research are that foreigners living abroad are likely to have low self-esteem, high anxiety and somatic symtoms, and low life satisfaction/wellbeing and to experience low levels of sociocultural adaptation
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    Re: would

    Is the following right, then?

    Jackson et al.’s research hypothesis was that
    higher levels of socio-cultural adjustment would positively correlate with self-esteem and psychological adjustment and would negatively correlate with anxiety/somatic symptoms.

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    #5

    Re: would

    Yes.

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    #7

    Re: would

    Duly merged. Eunkum, please don't start two threads on the same topic using the same quote.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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