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邕城相思湖

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一个脚踏实地的人,人缘很好,说话开门见山,但是很冲动。基本上不存在什么私隐不私隐的问题,善良而有一颗宽容大度的心,总是相信人性本善,而且本人也活的很透明,没什么藏着掖着的事,也不喜欢带着面具做人。善良是好,不过,还是要注意保护自己。走在路上看景,神秘不太好,很容易被别人看穿的,要小心。

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Resource DescriptionL: Test your students' sentence analysis abilities. Here are some authentic mistakes by speakers and writers of English. How would you say it better? What's wrong with them?

Note to milkman:
"Dear milkman, I've just had a baby, please leave another one."
The writer has only put one object in the sentence so 'another one' can only refer to a baby.
Here is a suggestional sentence which makes sense:
"Dear milkman, I've just had a baby so please can you leave an extra bottle of milk?"


Notice on a field:
"The farmer allows walkers to cross the field for free, but the bull charges."
‘Charge’ has too meanings, either to ask for money in return for a service or to run towards someone.
(often with violent intent). "You can cross the field but beware of the bull."

A book on railways:
"Increasing numbers of fish in Great Yarmouth demanded more trains."
A dangling participle of a sort. There is only one subject in this sentence so it can only mean the fish are asking for more trains rather than …
"The increasing number of fish caught and landed at Great Yarmouth meant more trains were needed to transport them inland."

 

taken from www.pearsonelt.com

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