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    Lightbulb Using adverbs...

    I need to restate these sentences in two different ways USING DIFFERENT ADVERBS.

    "Scientists have found that women are more sensitive to tastes and smells than men."

    "The part of the brain that controls emotions is more active in women."

    "The part of the brain that controls action is more developed in men."

    "In general, women are smaller and lighter than men."

    "Studies have shown that men make decisions more quickly than women."

    "Studies have shown that men change their minds more often that women."

    "Women's muscles work more efficiently than men's."

    "In general, women eat more healthilty than men."

    "Experts say that female managers ask for advice more frequently than male managers
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    Smile Re: Using adverbs...

    Quote Originally Posted by ARUK2008 View Post
    I need to restate these sentences in two different ways. Could anyone please give suggestions?

    "Experts say that female managers ask for advice more frequently than male managers
    Just two example sentences to start with:

    Female managers are said to ask for advice more frequently than male managers.
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    It is said that female managers ask for advice more frequently than male managers.

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    Re: Using adverbs...

    Thank you...but it is related to adverbs...It's written in thread's title. The idea is to express the same but using different adverbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARUK2008 View Post
    Thank you...but it is related to adverbs...It's written in thread's title. The idea is to express the same but using different adverbs.
    Oh, sorry.

    Experts say that female managers ask for advice more often than male managers.
    or
    Experts say that female managers ask for advice more times than male managers.

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    Re: Using adverbs...

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    Oh, sorry.

    Experts say that female managers ask for advice more often than male managers.
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    Experts say that female managers ask for advice more times than male managers.
    Sorry...but it is about changing adverbs...or is "times" an adverb ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARUK2008 View Post
    Sorry...but it is about changing adverbs...or is "times" an adverb ?
    Yes, it is.

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    Interesting...I didn't know that...few more suggestions? thank u!

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    Re: Using adverbs...

    I can't. The unwritten rule of this forum says - you try first (partly, I've already broken it).

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    Re: Using adverbs...

    The unwritten message says that somebody doesn't know. And it's not me!

    Thank you!

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    Muack!

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