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The occurrence of tidal waves on Planet Earth is the development of the water, whether it is a high tide or low tide, from gravitational reaction from the moon. Tidal changes occur occasionally from sea level disturbances from storms or natural disasters.

asked Dec 21 '13 at 14:30 Dileesha New member

.-. my questions always gets down voted. Is someone taking revenge on me by down voting? :(

DileeshaDec 22 '13 at 13:35

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Does this make sense? Not really. But here are some tips.

 

"The occurance of tidal waves on Planet Earth is the development of the water ..."

 

First, I think you are meaning to write about tides. Tidal waves are something else entirely. Tidal waves are more properly called a "tsunami" -- meaning a large wave cuased by offshore seismic activitity -- or "tidal bores" that result from an incoming tide being forced up a river or fijord.

 

Second, I don't think "development" is the right word choice. Perhaps:

"Tides on Earth are caused by the gravitational pull of the Sun and Moon."

 

Third: Planet Earth is a bit redundant and wordy. Earth will suffice.

 

I hope this helps.

link answered Dec 26 '13 at 21:11 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow

Thank you, sir.

DileeshaJan 06 at 15:56

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