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Well, for example. An english-speaking British or American person would have made the following changes:


Some examples, rather than some reference


So that



It should be noted that only one of those was an actual grammatical error. But here's the way it would have been written by somebody else:


It would help if you could pinpoint some example in one of my sentences so that I could see what's catching your eye.



However, most people who take English as a second language write text that is rife with errors--punctuation, grammar, spelling, everything. Your text is better than average, but it's not written in a normal order. Therefore, I'm curious about why you write it as such.

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