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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.
Thank you very much.
1.When I ponder this statement, the first thought crosses my mind is 
that this is a practical idea that students should maintain skepticism to whatever that they learn.
 
2. Because all authors write their books with intensely personal bias, students must 
try to question whether the points of views they contend conform to the truth. 
Only when students display a doubtful attitude toward what they learn do 
they quickly broaden their horizons. 
 
3. The political science textbook infuses the idea that Taiwan has 
a government of the people, by the people, for the people into students’ mind. 
 
4. Some economists argue in favor of a global free-market economy that 
brings about a well being society. But, their point that the benefits of a 
global free-market economy give the vast of majority of people a comfortable 
life is widely questionable. 
 
5. No matter what students major in, the best way of accumulating the 
depth of knowledge is to think critically about what they study in the class and outside class. 
 
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Hi,
3. The political science textbook infuses into students’ minds the idea that Taiwan has 
a government of the people, by the people, for the people. 
 
4. Some economists argue in favor of a global free-market economy that 
brings about well-being in society. However, their point that the benefits of a 
global free-market economy give the vast majority of people a comfortable 
life is widely questionable. 
Best wishes, Clive
 
5. No matter what students major in, the best way of accumulating the 
depth of knowledge is to think critically about what they study in the class and outside class. 
 
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Hi KK, 
I only had time to look over 2 paragraphs… Based on the context I understood, I did some revising.
 
1.When [As] I ponder[ed] [on] his statement, the first thought [that]crossed
 my mind was that this is a practical idea that students should maintain [their] skepticism 
[on] to whatever that they learn. The context suggested that he said something to cause you 
to ponder. So the tense should be past. But the idea remains in its present form. Skepticism 
is used with [on].
 
2. Because all [some] authors write their books with strong intensely personal bias, students 
must try to question whether the [their] points of views they contend conform to [represent] the truth. 
Only when students display an inquisitive doubtful attitude toward what they learn do [that] they can
[continuosly] quickly broaden their [knowledge] / horizons. 
Hope I didn't alter your original meanings too badly!
Goodman
 
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