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    Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gender.

    Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gender biasness or not (they get benefited in a situation for being a girl and in other situations as well they try to take advantage where they cannot get benefited for being a girl). Some times they do get benefit for being a girl like on a metro if they are standing they ask forcefully for the seats reason being they are the weaker sex. But when a situation comes when they can't get benefited "because of being a girl" or "for being a girl" they say they are equal to men.

    Please guys do not get offended. I do offer seats to girls or women myself but this is what people say so it is the reality. I don't want to vilify anyone so please don't get angry with me.

    Please check my sentences.

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    Re: Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gende

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    Some girls want to get benefited
    Let's take this a bit at a time. Try again with the opening statement; "to get benefited" is not grammatical.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gende

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    Let's take this a bit at a time. Try again with the opening statement; "to get benefited" is not grammatical.
    Some girls want to get benefit in both kind of situation be it related to gender biasness or not (they get benefit in a situation for being a girl and in other situations as well they try to take advantage where they cannot get benefit for being a girl). Some times they do get benefit for being a girl like on a metro if they are standing they ask forcefully for the seats reason being they are the weaker sex. But when a situation comes when they can't get benefit "because of being a girl" or "for being a girl" they say they are equal to men.

    What does it mean "
    Let's take this a bit at a time"? Does it mean to go step by step one thing at a time?

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    Re: Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gende

    Yes, I meant we need to deal with your post in small sections. I wanted to start with the first few words. There was no reason for you to post the entire thing again. So, for now, I'm just going to deal with "Some girls want to get benefit". What do you mean by that?
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    Re: Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gende

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Yes, I meant we need to deal with your post in small sections. I wanted to start with the first few words. There was no reason for you to post the entire thing again. So, for now, I'm just going to deal with "Some girls want to get benefit". What do you mean by that?
    I mean they take advantage of being a girl. They get advantage over guys for being a girl.

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    Re: Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gende

    OK. So it's "Some girls want to get benefits". Let's move on. The next thing you said was "in both kind of situations". It should be "in both kinds of situations". What are those two situations?
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    Re: Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gende

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    OK. So it's "Some girls want to get benefits". Let's move on. The next thing you said was "in both kind of situations". It should be "in both kinds of situations". What are those two situations?
    Some girls want to get benefits in both kinds of situations "{these are those two situations-be it related to gender biasness or not (they get benefit in a situation for being a girl and in other situations as well they try to take advantage where they cannot get benefit for being a girl)".

    Please reply. You were correcting it step wise but stopped suddenly could you please check my sentences?
    Last edited by tufguy; 29-Mar-2017 at 07:21.

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    Re: Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gende

    Please correct my sentences. Do I need to post it in as a new thread?

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    Re: Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gende

    No, you don't. You need to be patient. There are other users and your posts need a lot of work.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Some girls want to get benefited in both kind of situation be it related to gende

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    No, you don't. You need to be patient. There are other users and your posts need a lot of work.

    Please answer otherwise you will forget about this thread.

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