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I would be very grateful for help with this text below:
Your boss asks you to make a report for tomorrow meeting.
You feel that you do not have enough information and time
In this case, first of all I would ask what specific information is most important to him and essential for tomorrow's meeting, which part should I devote the most attention. Also I would ask if he could assign someone to help me or if I can find someone myself. If there wouldn’t be such a possibility, then I would invest most time and attention for the development key information of report that must be discussed at tomorrow's meeting, and the rest of the report would developed more generally. In addition, I would try to gather the most relevant information from workers with more experience and seniority. If the situation would require so, I would work after hours, of course keeping a balance between work and rest, that the next day I would be able to fulfill my job responsibilities. Next day I would present the report for the head, telling him that I focused primarily on the information most important to him, but without neglecting the rest of the issues.
I appreciate any help and corrections (gramma, style).
This isn't a small text, and this forum is not a grammar checker. There are no employees here. We discuss grammar-related questions. We'll gladly look over a sentence or two, but this passage is too lengthy. "Grammar" has an "r" on the end. "Gramma" is my mamma's mamma.
|link comment||answered Jun 09 at 14:30 Patty T Grammarly Fellow|
Patty's right, there is a grammar checker on the site that you might have checked first. What you are asking for is a re-write. However, it's Sunday morning and I have some time. Actually, there's not much wrong with your work plan. If it is for your exclusive use as a guide to prepare, grammar doesn't matter. If, however, it was an assignment, then I'll make the following suggestions in italics (where possible):
Your boss asks you to make a report for a meeting tomorrow.
You feel that you do not have enough information nor time
In this case, first of all (delete phrase) I would ask what specific information is most important to him and essential for tomorrow's meeting. To which part should I devote the most attention? I would ask if he could assign someone to help me or if I can enlist a co-worker. If not possible, then (delete) I would invest the most time and attention to the development of key information. (delete remainder) that must be discussed at tomorrow's meeting. (Change) The rest of the report would be more generally developed.
In addition(delete), I would try to gather the most relevant information from workers with more experience and seniority. If the situation requires, (delete phrase) I would work after hours, (delete) keeping a balance between work and rest, (re-rite as follows) so that I would be refreshed and able to fulfill my job responsibilities and present the report. (delete remainder, never apologize, explain nor complain… especially in advance).
Some of the italic features didn’t come through. Just compare with what you wrote and, if you think it’s better, use my corrections.
|link comment||answered Jun 09 at 15:26 Brother Dave Contributor|
Vocabulary Learning Strategies Adopted by Nepalese
Higher Secondary Level EFL Learners
Introduction Vocabulary is the crucial factor of language because it is the foundation and building block too. Using or knowing a language means know the vocabularies of that particular language. Without knowing more vocabularies, it is impossible to make daily effective discourse which comes as part of human beings. According to Concise Oxford English Dictionary, “Vocabulary is the body of the words used in a particular language in a particular sphere of activity or list of difficult foreign words with an explanation of their meaning”. For learning vocabulary, individual use their own strategy. English vocabulary disserves great importance in this technical globalization era. So, what strategies do Nepalese Higher Secondary Level English as Foreign Language Learners use for learning vocabulary and how the vocabulary assisting in daily discourse are major concern today. Problem Statement Nepalese Higher Secondary Level EFL learners are not able to use proper vocabulary in appropriate context as a result they are failing in examination, cannot write content based answer and make situational right discourse in daily communication. They feel humiliation while talking with foreigners as well as serious discussion in academic career too. Purpose of the study The purpose of this qualitative study is to investigate Nepalese Higher Secondary Level especially grade 11 Learners’ language learning strategy inside or outside school premises and various factors that directly or indirectly influence their learning strategies. This research visibly suggests EFL learners using pragmatics methods to emancipate from poor vocabulary knowledge and empower for right vocabulary in daily discourse. Research Questions This vocabulary learning strategies have certain major indications which try to be clear on following areas; i) What strategies do Nepalese Higher Secondary School Level EFL Learners use to learn vocabulary in classroom? ii) How do Nepalese Higher Secondary School Level EFL learners learn the vocabulary inside of the school premises and outside of the school? iii) How vocabulary promotes discourse for EFL learners? Significance of the Study The major significance of this research will aware the Nepalese Higher Secondary Level EFL Learners for suggesting vocabulary learning strategies and their impact in daily discourse. Then, it will be my M Phil research that will deserve the great value for me too. Delimitations I conduct this research in 4 schools of Kathmandu valley and Dhankuta district of Nepal being based on Higher Secondary Level Schools only in grade 11. It is limited to the performance in writing test, interview only, on the basis of their Knowledge in vocabulary possession. I will complete this research within 2014 December i.e. after completion of my third M Phil semester.
|link comment||answered Jun 28 at 05:44 Rajan Poudel New member|
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