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Therefore, I did not make any effort to learn because, I continue with the idea to go back to Mexico.

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Therefore, I did not make any effort to learn because, I continue with the idea to go back to Mexico.
asked Feb 22 '13 at 00:46 RUTH ALEJO New member

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There is a lack in content. I don't see what you're trying to say with the sentence. Maybe if you were to put the sentence that comes before it and after it as well, I would be abled to find out what you're saying better. Even though I don't have the supporting context here, I should still be enabled to understand what you're saying. Try to clarify. I see that it is something related to you not putting in the effort to learn something because you keep pushing the idea that you want to travel back to Mexico. Try to make the sentence more clear to the reader. Almost as if you were having an actual conversation with somebody and you are trying to get a point across to them but they just don't understand. Say what you think will help them comprehend your point of view. I see no spelling mistakes nor capitalization mistakes so good job on that part but the puncuation I wouldn't be so sure about because once again, the content is a little cofusing. Good luck with what you're trying to write! I hope it turns out magnificent! :)

link comment answered Feb 22 '13 at 03:45 Michelle Silva New member

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