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    correction

    dear teacher.
    can you correct the following sentence.

    "today i would like to speak to you of the attitude of gratitude".
    or
    "today i would like to speak to you about the attitude of gratitude".

    what is better.
    thanks
    indika.


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    Re: correction

    Quote Originally Posted by Indika View Post
    dear teacher.
    can you correct the following sentence.

    "today i would like to speak to you of the attitude of gratitude".
    or
    "today i would like to speak to you about the attitude of gratitude".

    what is better.
    thanks
    indika.
    Capital letters: always start a sentence with a capital letter. Always use "I" for the personal pronoun. Always use a capital letter for a personal name.


    The second sentence is better. It is the one that makes better sense.

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