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  1. Introduction – Grammar Highlights

  2. Missing main verb • The book that I lent you having a good bibliography • Arizona having a very dry climate Can you propose the correct sentences ?

  3. Compare and analyze ! • Supply us with the necessary inputs ofrelevant equipment and we shall implement the program and accomplish its objects. • Give us the tools andwe will finish the job.

  4. Uninformative words and redundancy • The wound was of a serious nature. • The solution was red in color. • The wound was serious. • The solution was red.

  5. exercises Rewrite each phrase to eliminate unnecessary and redundant words • past history • mix together • human volunteers • original source • advance planning • globular in shape • more preferable than • seem to appear • for a period of several minutes • The role of cobra toxin is still a matter for speculation. • The work will be completed in the not-too-distant future. • The reaction rate was examined and found to vary considerably. • The results would seem to indicate the possibility that impurities might be present. • As a result of these experiments it became quite evident that overheating of the samples had occurred. • As far as my own experiments are concerned, they show ... • It has been found that ... • It is interesting to note that ... • Needless to say, ...

  6. Answer • history • mix • volunteers • source • planning • globular • preferable (to) • seem • for several minutes • speculative • soon (before long) • varied • suggest (were) • These experiments showed that the samples had evidently been overheated. • My own experiments show ... • (delete phrase) • (delete phrase) • (delete entire passage)

  7. Rewrite the following sentences into concise and effective English. • Computations were conducted on the data. • It may seem reasonable to suggest that the necrotic effect may possibly be due to toxins. • In studies pertaining to identification of phenolic derivatives, drying of the paper gives less satisfactory visualization. • A method, which was found to be expedient and not very difficult to accomplish and which possessed a high degree of accuracy on its results, was devised whereby . . .

  8. The data were calculated. • Necrosis may be caused by toxins. or Toxins may cause necrosis. • Phenolic derivatives are easier to see if the paper is left wet. • An easy, accurate way to ...