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Mustak:
Will  you please  help  me to recast  or correct  these  lines?


He was in his early eitgeeen ,a caged bird a renoun neuro secitist with his fascinating blinked visinsory eyes he has never seen what he is going  to seen in the coming  life, his hands  were  shivering  when  he pulled  off the sits  belt with his flited  mind.

Mustak:

--- Quote from: Mustak on May 25, 2018, 11:07:53 AM ---Will  you please  help  me to recast  or correct  these  lines?


He was in his early eitgeeen ,a caged bird a renoun neuro secitist with his fascinating blinked visinsory eyes he has never seen what he is going  to seen in the coming  life, his hands  were  shivering  when  he pulled  off the sits  belt with his flited  mind.

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--- Quote from: Mustak on May 25, 2018, 11:07:53 AM ---Will  you please  help  me to recast  or correct  these  lines?


He was in his early eitgeeen ,a caged bird a renoun neuro secitist with his fascinating blinked visinsory eyes he has never seen what he is going  to seen in the coming  life, his hands  were  shivering  when  he pulled  off the sits  belt with his flited  mind.

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Daniel:
From the rules announcement here:
http://linguistforum.com/language-specific-analysis/about-'languages'-(forum-policy)/

--- Quote ---The main purpose of this forum is not for students of languages, but rather for linguistically-oriented discussion of features in specific languages. It may occasionally be used by us, as linguists, when we're studying languages, but don't expect this to replace the other language-learning websites out there.
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Your repeated posting of this same question have been removed from elsewhere on this forum.

This is not an English learning forum. There are many other places on the internet where you can go for that. This forum is for Linguistics, which is the scientific study of how language works. Not to learn to speak languages, but to understand their structure. If you have questions about Linguistics, you can ask them. If not, please find a different website to ask questions about learning English or proofreading your sentences.

Also, always start a new thread rather than replying to someone else's discussion.

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[Note: one of the threads you replied to is here:
http://linguistforum.com/english/kindly-check-the-grammaticality-of-the-following-sentences/new/#new
The difference between your question and the one there is that binumal was asking about those sentences for scientific analysis, to do research about the difference between English and other languages, not to learn to write in English. That might not be clear out of context, but that's an example of what this forum is for, not just normal proofreading. That's what "grammaticality" means-- it's a technical term.]

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