Jordana
Help(please) Hi, there Could you help me with a few questions? 1) Do you say "Keep away from the doors' movement zone" or "Keep away from the doors' movement zone" or "Keep away from the door movement zone"? 2) Do you use all THE product, all OF THE product, or the whole of the product" in this sentence "Although we may enrich our humanity with new aspects, all of the product of/the whole of the product of/all the product of either our work or laziness seems to be part of a system of evolution that belongs to another climate and landscape" Please, could you help me?
Nov 9, 2017 7:59 PM
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All the product
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November 9, 2017
1) This depends on the context. The grammatically correct sentence for one door would be "keep away from the door's movement zone" whereas with multiple doors, it would be "Keep away from the doors' movement zone. However, in the case of warning signs, much of the wording has to be shortened, so you might see a more practical and shortened version such as "keep away from door movement zone". I hope this helps.
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Someone?
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Please
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