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The entertainer: a religious or a Young, "which named the Youth pastor" who assumes primary function, to be a liaison between the Consultant and the Coordinators of youth groups to motivate them, and help them integrate grow in a community process through work in own team of Community Youth Ministry.

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The entertainer: a religious or a Young, "which named the Youth pastor" who assumes primary function, to be a liaison between the Consultant and the Coordinators of youth groups to motivate them, and help them integrate grow in a community process through work in own team of Community Youth Ministry.
asked Dec 09 '13 at 05:20 gary stevenot New member

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I don't understand, either, Gary.  Most of this makes little sense.  It seems as though you are writing a definition of a role or a job.  Unfortunately, none of the phrases jumbled together appears to have anything to do with entertaining.  Here are notes about a few of the errors.

 

"a religious or a Young," - a religious what?  a young what?  You are missing a noun here.  Young is not a proper noun, and should not be capitalized.

 

"which named the Youth pastor" - I have no idea why this is in quotation marks.  I suspect that you intended to say the name of the job is Yoth Pastor.  If the phrase actually fits in somewhere, it should include a verb: which is named the Youth Pastor.

 

You need an article before primary function.  There should be no comma after function.  Replace to be with as:  assumes the primary function as liaison

 

integrate grow - which verb do you want to use?  You can't use both together like this.

 

Try to simplify this by writing separate sentences for each thought befiore you try to put it all together.  This might help avoid a lengthy run-on sentence and add clarity.

link comment answered Dec 09 '13 at 08:41 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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