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Directions: Revise these sentences to state their meaning in fewer words. Avoid passive voice, needless repetition, and wordy phrases and clauses. The first sentence has been done as an example. (Complete front and Back). I. There are many farmers in the area who are planning to attend the meeting which is scheduled for next Friday. 2. Although Bradley Hall is regularly popu~ate~ b¥ students, close study of the building as a structure is seldom undertaken by them. S~ 0/ ' s-tude.rUs: Yb~~>,,;\the sf;'\A c:h-u'·~~.-~ cf Bre:tcj/e_.\v- f 3. He dropped out of school on account of the fact that it was necessary for him to help support his family. \.1~ dJ'bff~~~ "Q4. .Jt~ _~cJ\C)CI Tv ~
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