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Are bodies needs water, we cannot live with out water consumption we must have it in order to live and be health.

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Are bodies needs water, we cannot live with out water consumption we must have it in order to live and be health.
asked Jul 25 '11 at 21:44 connie brown New member

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Our bodies need water. We cannot live without water consumption. We must have it in order to live and be healthy.

 

(1) 'our' and 'are' are homophones in some pronounciations of english.  'Our' is the possessive form of 'us'.  'Are' is the present plural conjugation of the verb 'to be'.

 

(2) 'Bodies' is a plural noun and should go with 'need' no 'needs' (which would go with a singular third-person -- he/she/it)

 

(3) Comma-splice.  You cannot join two complete sentences with a comma alone.  I suggest starting a new sentence.

 

(4) 'Without' is one word.

 

(5) Comma-splice.

 

(6) 'Health' is a noun (naming word).  You want to use the describing word (adjective), 'healthy'.

link comment answered Jul 27 '11 at 02:27 Kimberly Expert

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