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I am trying to explain economic change in the gold market. In the following sentneces, if you see any mistakes, can I have your comments?

The supply curve will shift to the left as in graph c as the quanity of gold produced decreaes at every single price point on supply curve because of an earth quake. Taken alll together, the price of gold will increase as the equivalent points move from A to B.
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Hi,

I am trying to explain economic change in the gold market. In the following sentneces, if you see any mistakes, can I have your comments?

The supply curve will shift to the left as in graph c as the quantity of gold produced decreases at every single price point on supply curve because of an earth quake. Taken all together, the price of gold will increase as the equivalent points move from A to B.

I have no expertise in economics, but here are a few suggestions.

After an earth quake, the supply curve will shift to the left as in Graph C as the quantity of gold produced decreases at every single price point on the supply curve. Taken all together, the price of gold will increase as the equivalent points move from A to B.

I don't understand what 'taken all together' means, but no doubt your audience will.

Clive
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"Earthquake" is one word, "decreases" is spelled wrong, and you spelled "all" with 3 L's. Aside from those things it's okay as you wrote it.
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