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  • Shahbaz

    November 17, 2021 at 11:36 AM

    * “working in shifts”

    ‘working shifts’ seems to be the correct expression, without the ‘in’

    * ‘suits to the timing of ‘

    Usually, we use ‘suit’ without ‘to’ , ‘this shirt suits him’

    * ‘discuss’ is used without ‘about’ e.g. ‘we will discuss this matter’

    * ‘can have detrimental impact of their daily mood’
    ‘can have a detrimental impact on their daily mood’

    * ‘calories intake’ ( I believe it should be ‘calorie intake’ without the plural ‘s’)

    * ‘even lead them to have chronic diseases’

    (even lead to them having chronic diseases)

    Here are some sentence examples that use this sentence strucutre.

    1. “the price hike will lead to them cancelling their account”
    2. “defaulting would lead to them having to pay interest.”
    3. “a lot of the people we visit have dementia and Alzheimer’s, which can lead to them becoming isolated.”
    4. “If they win their appeals, it could lead to them claiming damages”

    * ‘monitoring’ was misspelled

    * ‘living in a peaceful environment…’

    * Look up ‘when to use commas before ‘which’ ‘ and ‘relative clauses when to use commas’

    * I recommend looking up ‘zero articles’. Try to find some ‘English articles exercises’ online.

    Score : 4.5/6

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