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    When you have a text with a lot of concepts

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    Are the following paragraphs grammatically correct?

    When you have a text with a lot of concepts, considering that you have bad memory, I suggest you first make a quick read, to have a first reading of the book. To memorize quickly the concepts, I recommend that you choose the most important concepts, then use the first letters of the four or five most important concepts and create a word you can remember.

    Finally you should re-read and understand the concepts, underline the most important part. You should write a summary while studying. I will always be available to answer your questions. I want you read these photocopies, and put in to practice what we have discussed
    a word you can remember.

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    Re: When you have a text with a lot of concepts

    Quote Originally Posted by Nikitus View Post
    Hello

    Are the following paragraphs grammatically correct?

    When you have a text with a lot of concepts, considering that you have bad memory, I suggest you first make a quick read, to have a first reading of the book. To memorize quickly the concepts, I recommend that you choose the most important concepts, then use the first letters of the four or five most important concepts and create a word you can remember.

    Finally you should re-read and understand the concepts, AND underline the most important part. You should write a summary while studying. I will always be available to answer your questions. I want you read these photocopies, and put in to practice what we have discussed.
    Please note the changes.

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    Re: When you have a text with a lot of concepts

    Tarheel, did you mean to make some changes to the first long paragraph. Several are necessary but you don't seem to have dealt with them.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: When you have a text with a lot of concepts

    Quote Originally Posted by Nikitus View Post
    Hello



    When you have a text with a lot of concepts, considering that you have bad memory, I suggest you first make a quick read, to have a first reading of the book. To memorize quickly the concepts, I recommend that you choose the most important concepts, then use the first letters of the four or five most important concepts and create a word you can remember.


    Perhaps:

    When you have a text with a lot of concepts, scan through the book, taking note of the main points. Also, make an acronym of the main concepts to make it easier to remember them.

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