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July 19, 2017

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Emily A.

I like this! Thanks for providing a bank of clear examples of passive and active sentences.

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

You're welcome!

Lynn

Hatish

Thanks a lot..
Wonderful... Is their a way we can be a good email writers... Can you guide me..

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Hi Hatish,

I would start by working on your grammar and other basics. You could improve your message to me these ways:

--Change "their" to "there."
--Decide if you want to use "we" or "I." If you want "we," then use "can be good email writers"--not "a good email writers." The word "a" refers to one, not more than one.
--Use just one punctuation mark. Not ..
--Also, use a question mark at the end of a question. Example: Can you guide me?

I suggest finding a free online site that specializes in English as a second language. Here is one I like: http://a4esl.org

Good luck!

Lynn

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