Vocabulary use should only be suggestions and not scored - here is a classic example;
My essay is about ethical communication and Grammerly is suggesting replacing "ethical" with "social" or "impecable".
This week essay assignment covers the analysis of ethical communication as it relates to academic integrity.
When I consider the phrase the analysis of ethical communication, it implies that the only communication being analyzed is considered ethical. If so, that will make for a rather short analysis and essay. Are you instead analyzing the level of ethics in communication and how that relates to academic integrity? I’m not sure what Grammarly’s program is trying to find, but I agree that a change will make more sense.
You need to add ‘s to the word week in your sentence.
This week’s essay assignment covers the analysis of ethics in communication as it relates to academic integrity.
|link comment||answered Mar 24 '12 at 22:30 Patty T Grammarly Fellow|
Pardon my nit-picking, but Grammarly (not "Grammerly") & impeccable (not "impecable") are two obvious misspellings in the text. To my mind, the ethics of communication in relation to academic integrity is wholly apt. It possibly examines the veracity, reliability & unimpeachability of the communication. Impeccable integrity might necessarily be a prerequisite for academic claims or premises.
|link comment||answered Apr 06 '12 at 10:56 Bijay Nanda New member|
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