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Andy
anything wrong with the sentence?) Is it the best way to teach to praise positive actions and ignore negative ones? (anything wrong with the sentence?)
23. Okt 2012 13:07
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Add a comma after "teach", to make it read a more clearly. Without a comma, the reader might start to read the sentence to mean that someone is teaching the skill of praising positive actions, rather than praising positive actions being a way to teach. Does that make sense? Otherwise, your sentence looks ok.
23. Oktober 2012
Is the best way to teach to praise positive actions and ignore negative ones? Delete "it." The word is not necessary and does not refer to anything in the question.
23. Oktober 2012
Nothing wrong with it :)
23. Oktober 2012
Seems OK to me.
23. Oktober 2012
Andy
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English
Learning Language
English