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I do not still understand how I will fix the following text

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There is no freedom for the student in the class like the U.S. For example, American students pay attention to their teacher and can do anything they want.
asked Jun 27 '11 at 03:25 Vanza Bik New member

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There are very few schools in the US that allow students to "do anything they want."  Not all students pay attention to their teachers.  Unless one is using statistical facts, it is a good idea to avoid "all or nothing" sort of statements.  Since I am unfamiliar with the schools being compared, I don't know how to replace the second sentence with correct information for an example.  But here is how I would write the first one.

 

Students do not enjoy some of the same freedoms in the classrom as those in the US often do. 

link comment answered Jun 27 '11 at 04:39 Patty T Grammarly Fellow
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Students *generally* do not enjoy the same freedom that students in the US / that their American counterparts do. American students, for example, can pay attention to their teachers while doing / engaging in other activities.

link comment answered Jun 27 '11 at 14:32 Gabedude Contributor
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i am shubham rastogi. i belongs to killa parikshit garh it is near by meerut. i have done my schooling from there . i have done bba from IIMT  in my graduation. i want to make my carrer in corporate world and be a profational person. so i  join the graphic era university for frther eduction  for fullfill my dream. my hobbies are to learn listening to music and playing vedio games. 

about my strenth i am straben in nature.

objective of my life is "To strive for the continous development of myself by keeping pace with the latest emerging trends of the corporate world.

Motto of my life is "Himmate madat Maadate khuda". It is always used my father..........it means one who is initiator of any task and doesn't afraid from its result that person is helped by God itself.

 

link comment answered Sep 09 '11 at 18:45 shubhamrastogi New member

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