anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm quite confused with this question. Can someone help? :)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Compare the bold sections of both sentences and then answer the question that follows: Original: My father disliked sleet, but my father disliked hail more. Revised: My father disliked sleet, but he hated hail more. What was done to the bolded section to improve the sentence? A longer phrase was converted to a single word. A modifier that did not add meaning was removed. Redundant phrases were eliminated. Repetitive words were replaced with synonyms and pronouns.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The bold is "But my father disliked hail more" and "But he hated hail more."
anonymous
  • anonymous
Repetitive words were replaced with synonyms and pronouns.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Replaced my father with with he and also replaced disliked with hated.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you so much :) @izuru
anonymous
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No problem!

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