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Hi,

Could you comment on the below paragraph please?

"Noise is known as a harmful physical factor and environmental stressor, which is associated with increased annoyance induced by it. The harmful effects of noise which led to individuals' occupational annoyance are not limited to the production of free radicals in the auditory organ, but also affect a broad range of physiological and hemostatic factors. "


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Could you comment on the below paragraph please? [ incorrect]

Could you comment on the paragraph below please? [ correct]

Could you comment on the above paragraph please? [ correct]

Could you comment on the paragraph above please? [ correct]

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"Noise is known as a harmful physical factor and environmental stressor, which and it is associated with increased annoyance. induced by it. The harmful effects of noise which led lead to individuals' occupational annoyance are not limited to the production of free radicals in the auditory organ, but also affect a broad range of physiological and hemostatic factors.

[ I don’t understand what you mean by the underlined “factors”]

Thanks a lot for the corrections. Could you please explain why "which" is not the right word in the above sentence?

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If you remove the comma, it would work. However, I think my version is clearer. You didn't answer my question about what you meant by that last "factor".

teechrYou didn't answer my question about what you meant by that last "factor".

I think I should use parameter. Does it work?

Possibly. Can you provide more information about what you mean? A parameter is not the same as a factor.

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teechrCan you provide more information about what you mean?

I want to say that noise can affect the functions of many of the internal organs of the body.

gillyflowerI want to say that noise can affect the functions of many of the internal organs of the body.

Finally, we fished it out! That makes sense now, and that's the word you should use, not "factors" or "parameters".

In the above sentence, can I replace the second "harmful" with "deleterious" and say:

The deleterious effects of noise which lead to ....


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