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Can you help me check these sentences.
I don't know how to revise them.
I appreciate your help.

In contrast to television, listeners can not communicate and interact with them.

Attending a live play makes it possible for spectators to enjoy a sense of immediacy, and thus cheer the athletes.

A sense of immediacy is the biggest incentive to attract and mobilize people to attend a live sport. Because it enables spectators to be excited, we are integrated with a play

I think a live performance can contribute to communication and interaction with performers and a sense of immediacy.
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In contrast to television, listeners can not communicate or interact with them. [WHAT'S 'THEM'?]

Attending a live play makes it possible for spectators to enjoy a sense of immediacy, and thus cheer the athletes. [THERE ARE NO ATHLETES IN A PLAY (DRAMA)]

A sense of immediacy is the biggest incentive for people to attend a live sport, because it excites spectators, they are integrated into a play [SPORT OR THEATRE-- WHAT IS THE TOPIC?]

I think a live performance can contribute to a sense of immediacy with performers.
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In contrast to television, listeners can not communicate and interact with performers.

Attending a live sport or activity makes it possible for spectators to enjoy a sense of immediacy, and thus cheer the athletes.

There are variety of the ways to maintain body's health.

This statement that the advent of television contributes to a extremely negative effect on relationship among people not strikes me as grossly exaggerated.
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In contrast to television, listeners can communicate and interact with performers. [IT SEEMS YOU HAD THE IDEA REVERSED. WITH TV WE CAN'T COMMUNICATE, WHILE IN THE STADIUM WE CAN, RIGHT?]

Attending a live sport or other activity makes it possible for spectators to cheer the athletes and enjoy a sense of immediacy.

There are a variety of ways to maintain (our) health.

The statement that television has an extremely negative effect on relationships among people strikes me as grossly exaggerated.
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I mean that we also can perceive performers'sentiment easily and thus interact with them by clap and our eyes. In contrast to television, listeners can not communicate and interact with them. ( I am not sure how to use In contrast to.

This statement that the advent of television contributes to a extremely negative effect on relationship among people strikes me as grossly exaggerated or( not strikes me as grossly exaggerated ) Can I use negative sentence. in other words, I agree wiith this statement
Still not clear to me, Adonis, sorry-- 'not' reverses any opinion or statement. Of the sentences that I rewrote:

'In contrast to television, listeners can communicate and interact with performers.'-- This sentence means that with TV you cannot interact, but at the stadium you can interact.

'The statement that television has an extremely negative effect on relationships among people strikes me as grossly exaggerated.' -- this sentence means that you think TV does not have a big effect on relationships.

Is that what you wish to say?
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The topic is that Attending a live performance (for example, a play, concert, or sporting events) is more enjoyable watching the same event on television.
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We also can perceive performers’ sentiment easily and thus interact with them by clap and our eyes. In contrast to television, listeners can not communicate and interact with performers.

I think TV has a negative effect on people
Can I write this sentence
Which one is correct?

The statement that television hasn't an extremely negative effect on relationships among people strikes me as grossly exaggerated.

The statement that television has an extremely negative effect on relationships among people not strikes me as grossly exaggerated.
OK, Adonis-- the following sentences are correct and correctly express your ideas, please read them carefully so that you understand how to use 'not' and 'in contrast':

'Attending a live performance (for example, a play, concert, or sporting event) is more enjoyable than watching the same event on television.'

'At a live event, we can perceive performers’ sentiments easily and interact with them by clapping and eye contact. In contrast, listeners cannot communicate and interact with performers on television.'

'I think TV has a negative effect on people.'

'The statement that television has an extremely negative effect on relationships among people does not strike me as grossly exaggerated.'

Here are some new sentences:

In contrast to eagles, horses cannot fly.
Eagles can fly; in contrast, horses cannot.
Horses cannot fly; in contrast, eagles can.

In contrast to bananas, avocados are green.
In contast to avocados, bananas are yellow.
Avocados are green, in contrast to bananas.
Avocados are not yellow, in contrast to bananas.

The statement that eagles cannot fly is wrong.
The statement that horses can fly is wrong.

Bananas taste better than eagles.
Eagles do not taste better than bananas.
The idea that eagles taste better than bananas is wrong.
The idea that bananas do not taste better than eagles is wrong.
The idea that bananas do not taste better than eagles is not false.

Is that enough?