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    inclusive language

    Can someone check this and tell me if its correct or not plz.


    <SPAN style="mso-bidi-font-size: 10.0pt"><FONT face="Times New Roman">Rewrite the following sentences, focusing on the grammar area specified in the left column. To enter your answer, click next to the number and begin typing. If the sentence is already correct, write No Change.

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    #2

    Re: inclusive language

    left-hand column

    Also, it's not really clear to me why there would be sentences that are 'correct' in a rewriting exercise.


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    Re: inclusive language

    plz check and see if this is right or wrong
    Inclusive Language—Making Language Nonsexist
    The directors and their wives met the stockholders for a night on the town.

    Your answer:
    1. The directors and their spouses met the stockholders for a night on the town
    correct (be sure to check spelling)

    Inclusive Language—Making Language Nonsexist
    Each advisor was contacted by his students. Are all the advisors males?

    Your answer:
    2.No change ??

    Inclusive Language—Making Language Nonsexist
    The minister joined the couple together as man and wife.

    Your answer:
    3.The minister joined the couple together as husband and wife.
    correct; or simply "... joined the couple together"

    Inclusive Language—Making Language Nonracist and Nonagist
    She is a very capable black woman.

    Your answer:
    4.She's a very capable black woman.
    How can you rephrase without using "black" and "woman"?

    Inclusive Language—Making Language Nonracist and Nonagist
    His grandmother really enjoys spending the afternoon at the center for senior citizens.

    Your answer:
    5.His grandmother enjoys spending the afternoon at the center for senior citizens.

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    #4

    Re: inclusive language

    Sorry. We do not do assignments.

  2. #5

    Re: inclusive language

    Whats the different beween "inclusive"/ "included" and "including"?

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    Re: inclusive language

    Quote Originally Posted by Belly T View Post
    Whats the different beween "inclusive"/ "included" and "including"?
    Belly T, that's not the topic of this thread. Please, re-post your question in a new thread.

    See you there.

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