Student or Learner
I was wondering if anybody could take look for me at this phrase "look at",
I am not pretty sure what the meaning of this one is in this context. Thanks for your help.
Student: Uh, Professor Green, I have some quick questions about how to write up the research project I did this semester-about climate variations.
Professor: Oh, yes. You were looking at variations in climate in the Oak Park area, right? How far along have you gotten?
Student: I have got all my data, starting to summarize it now, but I am just...
Thanks for your help.
By the way, I hope you could take a look for me at this sentence.
After the professor explains how to write up the research project, in the end, the student says:
Student: Yes, it ends up that I have data on more than just the immediate Oak Park area, so I also included some regional data in the report. With everything else it should be a pretty good indicator of the climate in this part of the state.
Professor: Sounds good. I would be happy to look over a draft version before you hand in the final copy, if you wish.
What does "immediate" mean here? I can not get this sentence, I mean, I do not know what the student is talking about.
Last edited by bhaisahab; 01-Jul-2008 at 17:54. Reason: afterthought