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By Robin Macpherson

“Advanced Written English” specializes in refined buildings attribute of English at a excessive idiomatic point, which reason recurrent difficulties for the complicated freshmen of English. The e-book is very steered to academics, translators, writers and reporters, in addition to scholars of philology, teacher-training faculties and people getting ready for the certificates in complex English and skillability assessments.

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Id. Among EU member states France, Germany, Italy and Spain have particularly high rates of o f unemployment. But most of o f the countries problems. have similar problems. In the second sentence of Id what the phrase most of of the countries really means is “most “most of the countries that belong to the EU” EU” or “most of the coun¬ coun­ tries in the EU”. g. most of jn o f the countries in EU). or when that postmodifier is understood from the context. Howev¬ the EU). 1 1 the countries of the thanthan rather other countries 1 ThatThat the countries of EU the EU rather other countries are meant, would be clear are meant, would be clear from the context.

Joan has a talent for teaching as well as for getting her knowledge across. Relative Clauses and the Comma Defining and Non-Defining Relative Clauses Compare these two sentences: la. la . The US president, who is in supreme command of America’s A m erica’s armed forces and nuclear arsenal, is de facto the most powerful man in the world. lb. lb . The US president who made such remarks was Lincoln. The first sentence refers to US presidents in general. This type of rela­ rela¬ tive clause is often referred to as non-defining or non-restrictive.

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