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Could you paraphrase this sentence? I'm practcing paraphrasing these days, but it is difficult. Could help me with this sentence? What can I paraphase it into? 'Schools with predominantly balck or Latino student bodies have fewer resources, worse facilities and less experienced teachers than ptedominantly white schools. ' (This sentense is from The NY Times.)
Nov 2, 2016 4:58 PM
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I agree with Michael; you can't paraphrase this without leaving out anything important. Nevertheless, I will try: "Schools with a majority of black or Latino students are worse in every way than majority-white schools."
November 3, 2016
This sentence is very simple, concise, and factual. You can't really paraphrase it. This sentence could in fact be a good summary of a whole paragraph which explained the same points. I recommend that you paraphrase a whole paragraph or set of paragraphs.
November 2, 2016
Schools with overwhelmingly dark or Latino understudy bodies have fewer assets, awful offices and less experienced educators than dominatingly white schools.
November 2, 2016
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