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I need your help in correcting the following sentences ( if they are wrong grammatically )

1. John is in a deep come and he has to be admitted to the Beijing hospital .

2. It is not the policy of the government to restrict the freedom of students to speak on the matters related to their personal rights .

3. There is a great opportunity for job seekers in the field of information technology if they possess the much-desired skills .

4. Mary has many furniture in her home.

5. There is a little hope for this poor man to survive in an-ever changing weather condition in Europe .

Thanks for your help .
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They look pretty good. However...

1. The word is "coma", not 'come'.

3. "much-desired" sounds odd to me. What about "desirable"? Comments, please.

4. "Much" instead of 'many'. Furniture is uncountable. You can say a piece of furniture.

5. "Little" instead of "a little" always shows a negative sense, which is the case in the sentence. Compare: "Despite the ever-changing weather condition, there's still a little hope for this poor man to survive".

Hope this helps! Emotion: smile
4. How about 'Mary has a lot of furniture'?
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GuestI need your help in correcting the following sentences ( if they are wrong grammatically )

1. John is in a deep come and he has to be admitted to the Beijing hospital .

2. It is not the policy of the government to restrict the freedom of students to speak on the matters related to their personal rights .

3. There is a great opportunity for job seekers in the field of information technology if they possess the much-desired skills .

4. Mary has many furniture in her home.

5. There is a little hope for this poor man to survive in an-ever changing weather condition in Europe .

Thanks for your help .
Hi,

I need your help in correcting the following sentences ( if they are wrong grammatically )

1. John is in a deep coma and has to be admitted to the Beijing hospital .

2. It is not the policy of the government to restrict the freedom of students to speak on matters related to their personal rights .

3. There is a great opportunity for job seekers in the field of information technology if they possess the much-desired skills .

4. Mary has a lot of furniture in her home.

5. There is little hope for this poor man to survive in the ever-changing weather conditions in Europe .


Best wishes, Clive
Orpheus4. How about 'Mary has a lot of furniture'?
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Hi,

What is your question, please?

Clive
Could you let me know if this is grammatically correct?

Scissors is used to cut the cord

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With scissors, use the plural verb, are.

(And don't forget to end your sentence with a period.)
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