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Hi

I made some sentences, but I am not sure whether they are right or not. If you find something wrong in grammar or vocabulary, help me check them.

1. It seems extreme to state that valuable judgment of work in any given realm is valuable if it comes from someone who is proficient in that field. As a matter of fact, even though someone people are laymen in these professional fields, they can still make a good judgment on these fields.

2. Jean Piaget found that if teacher don't actively correct children's mistake, they can gain more knowledge by re-inventing their own thoughts.

3. I share the view that a great nation primarily relies on whether it can provide its people with social welfare that makes them live in perpetual happiness rather than whether its rulers, artists, or scientists can achieve their artists, or scientists can achieve their own achievements. The fact is that a nation's greatness is based on the foundation of a social well being.

4. Lee Kuo-Ting implemented the plan of high-tech industries that strengthen Taiwan's economic growth, which enables to enter the line of developed countries.

5. Martin Luther King, American civil-right leader, protest to required government to relinquish segregation laws that forced blacks to accept unfair treatment.
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To moderators

This request should not be left unanswered. Though it is not my duty, I would like to ask you to help her. I am not so good at this kind of task.

paco
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I'll take on nos.1, 2, 4, and 5 for now.

1. It seems extreme to state that a judgment of work in any given realm is valuable only if it comes from someone who is proficient in that field. As a matter of fact, laymen can sometimes make very good judgments in these fields.

2. Jean Piaget found that if children's mistakes aren't actively corrected by teachers, they can gain more knowledge by re-inventing their own thoughts. (I'm not sure if re-inventing is right here--maybe, reshaping.)


4. Lee Kuo-Ting implemented the plan of high-tech industries that has strengthened Taiwan's economic growth, enabling Taiwan to enter the community of developed countries.

5. Martin Luther King, American civil-rights leader, protested against the government's segregation laws that required blacks to accept unfair treatment.