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Are these sentences grammatically correct and natural enough? ▪ The thing some people don't know is that there is huge a difference between these words "Hermaphrodite" and "Transgender". Hermaphrodite means: a person or animal having both male and female sex organs or other sexual characteristics. Hermaphrodites are born with these characteristics on the other hand, Transgenders are those people whose gender identity, or their internal sense of being male, female, or something else, does not match the sex they were assigned at birth. So these two things are way more different from one another. But recently, it's evident that there has been a growing trend in some national newspapers. They are conflating these terms and only deliberately use the term "Transgender" in every case. This is concerning and not acceptable. We hope that they would use these terms correctly, at least using the dictionary before publishing related articles, to not make their newspaper a laughing stock.
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What mistakes have you found? 1. i am feel good 2. when shall i say these sentence 3. how many times do you think i should talk for 4. if i need to speaking in 5. is more relative to 6. i should put it attention 7. they have no different 8. more analysis skills 9. professionality 10. what i have study last year Here is my list of suggestions: 1. i feel good 2. when shall i say this ( THIS ) sentence 3. how long ( LONG ) should i talk for 4. if i need to speak ( SPEAK ) 5. is more related ( RELATED ) to 6. i should put more ( MORE ) attention 7. they don’t have much difference ( DIFFERENCE ) 8. more analytical ( ANALYTICAL ) skills 9. professionalism ( PROFESSIONALISM ) 10. what i have studied ( STUDIED ) last year What have you found? Send me a message if you'd like us to explore your spoken English difficulties
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