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Revision Exercises The material on these slides has been collected from student papers over several years. I have removed source information for the sake of clarity. Look for what is wrong with each snippet. Problems may be grammar-related or due to incorrect punctuation. Sentences may need to be phrased differently for reasons of clarity or word choice.
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In a 1997 article in the New England Journal of Medicine, there was evidence shown that “drivers were four times more likely to have a collision when using a cellular telephone than when not using a cellular telephone.”
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In an article title “The Effects of Poverty on Teaching and Learning” it talks about children who are born into impoverished families are at-risk and are likely to fail in school or in life because of their social circumstances.
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Today our nation faces a crisis, the influx of illegal immigrants.
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It is believed that 1.3 billion dollars of Arizona taxpayer’s money was spent on undocumented immigrants for healthcare, education, and incarceration.
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Everyday in the United States babies are born and elders are lost.
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