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  • Shahbaz

    November 1, 2021 at 9:44 AM

    * “the reasons that why that has happened” (the reasons why….) not (the reasons that why…). “why that is happening” might be better than ”why that has happened”

    * “by society is, due to the” (no comma necessary here)

    * “because this attitude thwarted the women” (why the past tense here? Since we are discussing the topic in a general way, “this attitude thwarts” is what you would use) A similar problem in “women players lost their confidence and feel abandoned” (lose)

    * “This is also distraught” (We do not say “This is distraught” , we usually say “I was distraught”, “he was distraught” etc. )

    * “career” misspelled as “carrier”


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