Are these both ok?Waste is divided into recyclable and unrecyclable/nonrecyclable ones. Thanks
Sep 16, 2018 11:14 AM
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Pretty close. But a couple of corrections. "unrecyclable/nonrecyclable " is redundant. They have the same meaning so using them both is wordy and unnecessary. You can simply say, "Waste is divided into recyclable and nonrecyclable _________." "ones" needs to be identified. We know you are talking about waste, the subject. We know the action to be taken, divide. But you have then described something (recyclable and nonrecyclable) and we do not know what you are describing. :) Are you describing piles? Are you describing containers? Does that make sense?
September 16, 2018
Waste is divided into recyclable and non-recyclable items.
September 16, 2018
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