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failure caused by environmental externalities, makes a case for collective
action to force externalities into taking account.
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The second part of the sentence doesn't really make sense. You want to take "externalities" into account are you?
The only genuine reason to use a multi-syllable word is where that is the most appropriate and best word to use in the given circumstance, which in your case, it is not.
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Yes it does it make sense

How did you do on this esay or speach?
I think so

Does my sentence make sense?
It is not a skull, it's a decapitated cranium.
Hi,
Does my sentence make sense?
It is not a skull, it's a decapitated cranium.

What do you mean by 'it's not a skull, it's a . . . . cranium'? What difference are you focusing on?

'Decapitate' means 'remove the head'. So, you'd speak of the body or the person as being decapitated.

'Cranium' is an uncommon word in a context like this. It sounds odd. Just say 'head'.

It's a severed head.

He's been decapitated.

Clive
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IDK SoRRyEmotion: crying But anyway,,, i am writing poetry for my english class and i need to know if this sentence makes sense!!!! OK here it is

SHAVINGS SHRED OFF THE TIP AS I USE A SHARPENER.
Hi,
Sounds OK to me.
Clive
what?? but aye does this make sens e if i put this in a sentence.... i do not want to be a helot in the state of georgia
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