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  1. Anonymous
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    check what I write

    I prepared the following questions as a part of questionner , but i feel that's not good, what do you think?


    1- Ability to explain one objective in writing:
    rate: bad fair good very good excellent


    2-Ability to prepare outline for business course:
    rate: bad fair good very good excellent

    3-having contacts in market for developing business material:
    Yes no

    4-Have an Idea about the difference between academic materials and training materials
    Yes no

    THanks

  2. imany
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    #2

    Re: check what I write

    I prepared the following questions as a part of questionner , but i feel that's not good, what do you think?


    1- Ability to explain one objective in writing:
    rate: bad fair good very good excellent


    2-Ability to prepare outline for business course:
    rate: bad fair good very good excellent

    3-having contacts in market for developing business material:
    Yes no

    4-Have an Idea about the difference between academic materials and training materials
    Yes no

    THanks
    [/quote]

  3. RonBee's Avatar
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    #3
    Question #3 should be capitalized (just as the rest are). Other than that, I don't particularly see any problems.

    Perhaps somebody else will also have an opinion.

    *questionnaire*

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  4. Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    #4
    Would 'Have' work better in number 3? When 'have' means 'possess' we normally don't use progressive forms.

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    #5
    You're probably right, TDOL. :)

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  6. Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    #6
    GMTA

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