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Would someone please tell me if this makes sense.? It's for an essay at school.?

Would someone please tell me if this makes sense.? It's for an essay at school.? Topic: Monkey essays
July 20, 2019 / By Carry
Question: Discovering that a fanatical old lady is actually a passionate taxidermist is enough to raise chills on someone’s arms. Reading afterward that a mummified hand has the ability to make the dead to walk again makes you want to sleep with the lights on. Indeed, when “The Landlady” by Roald Dahl and “The Monkey’s Paw” by W. W. Jacobs are compared, it is found that for every similarity between them, there is also a difference. The three comparisons between the stories are about setting, mood, and the characters, the landlady and Mrs. White.
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Angelle Angelle | 4 days ago
raise chills on one"s arms not someone's make the dead walk again, not to walk again. the last sentence doesn't make sense.
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Angelle Originally Answered: What sentence makes more sense for an essay?
Imagining an individual suffering from a terminal illness and going through agonizing pain, is poignant.
Angelle Originally Answered: What sentence makes more sense for an essay?
Imagining an individual suffering from a terminal illness and going through agonizing pain is poignant. Grammatically, that is the correct way to say it...but I agree with the man who said you might want to change some words like he did because it sounds much better.
Angelle Originally Answered: What sentence makes more sense for an essay?
If you want to write the sentence exactly as you have it, this is the correct way: (changed goes to going) Imagining an individual suffering from a terminal illness and going through agonizing pain is poignant. There are much better ways to say this, though- you might want to try something like- "To imagine an individual suffering from a terminal illness and going through such agonizing pain can be extremely poignant." There are many ways to phrase this sentence, but some sound better than others. It really depends on who your audience is. Thanks and Good luck

Angelle Originally Answered: Makes no sense to me?
You're right, if this CUNY takes nothing other than GPA and SAT scores into consideration, then it is strange that the lower GPA/SAT student was accepted. At many other colleges, where they take EVERYTHING into account, this may have made more sense. Were there essays or personal statements for the application? If not, then affirmative action is all I can think of as well. Good luck with you!
Angelle Originally Answered: Makes no sense to me?
it is affirmative action to colleges, minorities > white people/asians. i guess they think race overcomes the difference in grades. it sucks for asians because even though they are a minority, their rate of university attendance is really high, so they wont be considered as much of a minority as the others.

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