1.“A thing of beauty is a joy for ever” wrote Keats.
2.undoubtedly true, but who can give an absolute definition of beauty?
3.some argue with the other about denying there are absolutely eternal norm of beauty.
4.What is more likely is that our perception of what the beautiful mold of condition’s factor outside ourselves.
5.In fact, the beauty is in the eye of beholder.
6.What are the factors?
7.Fashion is certainly.
8.the girl’s concept of beautiful dress have changed season by season.
9.The generation gap are provided.
10.The well-dress of man 30s wear well-cut suit of collar which tie in the good shoe.
11.He, short hair, probably well-trim moustache.
12.Among today, the young men are acceptable norm as long hair, jean as casual suit and pullovers and trainers.
13. Again, fashion rule what is considered as the beautiful male or female form.

Does these sentences incorrect? The use of work or grammar , structure of sentence....
make your correction, Please!
Hi Lee,
Does these sentences incorrect? The use of work or grammar , structure of sentence....
make your correction, Please!


I think you meant to write:

Are these sentences correct? (Or, Do these sentences seem incorrect?) Please check the use of grammar, sentence structure, and make any necessary corrections.



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MountainHiker
All of these sentences are not correct at all! I wrote it but sometimes I make confuse that somesentece are not correct because of using words or no meaning !
such as in the sentence 4: it don't make sence i think! so please give me your opinion!

1.“A thing of beauty is a joy for ever” wrote Keats.
2.undoubtedly true, but who can give an absolute definition of beauty?
3.some argue with the other about denying there are absolutely eternal norm of beauty.
4.What is more likely is that our perception of what the beautiful mold of condition’s factor outside ourselves.
5.In fact, the beauty is in the eye of beholder.
6.What are the factors?
7.Fashion is certainly.
8.the girl’s concept of beautiful dress have changed season by season.
9.The generation gap are provided.
10.The well-dress of man 30s wear well-cut suit of collar which tie in the good shoe.
11.He, short hair, probably well-trim moustache.
12.Among today, the young men are acceptable norm as long hair, jean as casual suit and pullovers and trainers.
13. Again, fashion rule what is considered as the beautiful male or female form.

Clear to you! Thanks!
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I am just trying to challenge myself to see if I can rephrase them. I have to guess the meaning in some of the sentences. Hopefully I can get them all right. Here's what I have...

"Being happy is a factor that contributes to beauty," Keats wrote.

Lurking doubts about what is the accurate definition for beauty.

There were many arugements over the norm of eternal beauty.

Beauty is just a perception of ours on others.

In fact, the beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

What are the factors?

Fashion is certainly one of the factors.

The fashion women put on changes from seasons to seasons.

There is presence of generation gap.

A man in his 30s would probably wears his suit with a tie, and maybe a pair of leather shoes on his feet to make himself look formal.

He may keep his hair short and keep himself shaved at all times.

However, teenages nowadays, prefer to look chic by keeping their hair long and wearing fancyful clothes.

Fashion is what that determines the beauty of humans.

Could some experts here help us to see what I had here have any mistakes? I suppose some of my structuring do sound awkward.
1.“A thing of beauty is a joy for ever,” wrote Keats.

If Keats wrote it, then Keats wrote it. A quote is a quote, not open to correction.

2.Undoubtedly true, but who can give an absolute definition of beauty?

It depends on context. What was written prior?

3. Some argue with the other about denying there are absolutely eternal norm of beauty.

Again, it would helpful to have context.

Some argue with otherS about denying there IS absolutely eternal norm of beauty.

4.What is more likely is that our perception of what the beautiful mold of condition’s factor outside ourselves.

I don't even understand it to correct it.

5.In fact, the beauty is in the eye of beholder.

Beauty is in the eye of beholder.

6.What are the factors?

Correct.

7.Fashion is certainly.

Fashion is certainly WHAT? Fashion is certainly important? Unimportant? Needless? What?

8.The girl’s concept of beautiful dress have changed season by season.

The girl’s concept of a beautiful dress changed season by season.
Or
The girl’s concept of a beautiful dress changed over the seasons.

9.The generation gap are provided.

I don't understand what is meant to be said.

10.The well-dress of man 30s wear well-cut suit of collar which tie in the good shoe.

A well-dressed man in his 30s wears a well-cut suit with a suitable tie and good shoes.

11. He, short hair, probably well-trim moustache.

I am not sure what you are trying to say.

He who has short hair probably has a well-trimmed moustache.

12. Among today, the young men are acceptable norm as long hair, jean as casual suit and pullovers and trainers.

I am not sure what you are trying to say.

Today young men are acceptable with long hair, and wearing casual jeans, pullovers, and trainers.

13. Again, fashion rule what is considered as the beautiful male or female form.

For men and women fashion rules determine what is considered beautiful form.

Some of these sentences seem odd. What I also find odd is that you claim you wrote these sentences, yet you are asking me what they mean. For example, you asked what my interpretation was of sentence 4. If you wrote it, don't you know what you wrote? Or is this homework?

MountainHiker
Thanks to your post! I would like to recommend that all of us do well!
How about these sentences? I make it to link in my essay ! Here are some:

1.Again, fashion rule for what is considered as the beautiful for male and female form.
2.Classical painting idealizes that the mythological ladies such as Venus show them with strong shoulder, thick waist, and fleshy thigh.
3.The beautiful girls today must be thin and beanpole.
4.A well-muscle man yesterday gave in place of narrow-shoulder and lean weaking object to female admiration.
5.Not always, however, Japanese lady seems to look at adoring eyes in Sumo wrestler and carries up thirty tones, surplus fat need to eat disgust the quantities of food.
6.Perhaps these ladies bring up the birth to admire men.
7.Tradition also affect on our concept of beauty.
8.There is a strong movement in English that lead Price of Wales reverts Georgian in neo-classical style of architecture.
9.Some claims this style unit more town in countryside than other.
10.The equally large number admires completely new architectural concept that make it possible for modern building materials.
11.Two outlooks can not be reconciled.
12. Some principles apply contrasting views of art, sculpture and music.

Could you read it! What is your suggestions in these sentences? does it make sense!
Thanks
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Leeyoung,

I've done your homework once. Your turn now.

Show me these sentences in your essay. And perhaps then you'll know what each sentence means.

MountainHiker
Here are my work, so would you pls go on to next sentences I have given in the post, all of these sentence are I have written but the grammer or structure are now well done, so, how about your ideas! anything you can edit to make sentences!

1.“A thing of beauty is a joy for ever” wrote Keats.
2.undoubtedly, it is true, but who can give an absolute definition of beauty?
3.some argue with the other about denying there are absolutely eternal norm of beauty.
4.What is more likely is that our perception of what the beautiful is molded and conditioned the factors outside ourselves.
5.In fact, the beauty is in the eye of beholder.
6.What are the factors?
7.Fashion is certainly one.
8.The girl’s concept of beautiful dress have changed from season to season.
9.The generation gap provides another.
10.The well-dress of man 30s wear well-cut suits, collar, ties and good shoes.
11.He, short hair, probably well-trim moustache.
12.Among today, the young men are acceptable norm as long hair, jeans and casual suit, pullovers, and trainers.
13. Again, fashion rule is what is considered as the beautiful male or female form.

give me your opinion also
leeyoung,

Lol, you are so busy posting this stuff, you don't even remember what you posted. I have already answered these questions. Look above in this thread.

MountainHiker
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