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Is the following text correct?

It was a great pleasure reading your articles and I am really impressedby your analytical approach. Where did you get all those sound figures to support your article? Though many articles of yours can be foundon the internet, I was wondering is there any way to get a collectionof your works? Have you written any book?

It is always an honour to come across people like you who love to helpothers without expecting anything in return. I wanted to ask you thatwhat is the best way to read any newspaper like WRU? What parts mustone concentrate more on than others? I don't think they ask questionsabout sports in XYZ exams.
What is a standard word count for the XYZ essay?
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Hi Jackson,

There may be a technical problem. There are many cases in your text where two words are run together without a space between.

I hear, "Your figures are sound," but I'm not sure it says what you're looking for here. How about, "authoritative figures"?

"I was wondering" sounds a bit juvenile. "Is there a collection of your work available in print? Have you written any books?" (plural books)

I'd like to ask you what is the best way to read a newspaper like / newspapers like . . .I really think I'd just ask the question, "What is the best way . . . ."

What parts should one concentrate on most?

Regards, -A.
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Yes, there is some technical problem with the new messy look of EnglishForward.

Question 1:
You wrote: There are many cases in your text where two words are run together without a space between.

I could have written it as: There are many cases in your text where two words run together without a space between them.

Is my way also correct?

Question 2:
Is there a way to rephrase the following sentence, particularly the bold part?
Itis always an honour to come across people like you who love tohelp others without expecting anything in return.
Question 1: Yes, it's fine.

Question 2: The bold text is probably the best I could come up with. to help others with no thought of reward. with no wish for compensation.
Thank you, Avangi.
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