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This is my colleague Sarah who is a lecturer in the department of Political Science at University Name in Spain. Sarah (should I put comma after Sarah?) graduated six months ago, and she is studying now to pursue her Master's degree in political science. Sarah teaches in the department on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and she has/attends lectures on Monday and Thursday. She doesn't go to college on Friday or Saturday.

Can you correct it please if there is anything wrong in it..like..word choice, comma splice, etc.
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This is my colleague, Sarah, who is a lecturer in the department of Political Science at University Name in Spain. Sarah (should I put comma after Sarah? No, definitely not) graduated six months ago, and she is studying now to pursue (I would just say 'she is now pursuing') her Master's degree in political science. Sarah teaches in the department on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and she has/attends lectures on Monday and Thursday. She doesn't go to college on Friday or Saturday.

My understanding is that on Monday and Thursday she listens to lectures, ie she doesn't deleiver them.

If you mean that she lectures on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, I am not sure if academics refer to lecturing as teaching. Certainly, teaching does not mean exactly the same as lecturing.

Clive
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By the way, by lecturer, I mean someone who is under a professor level. I don't know if it's used in American English as it's as in British English.
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Thanks a lot Clive.