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  • The meaning of "Disruptive" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. the digital workspace is hard to understand and use. disruptive to me means confusion.

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    2. the disruptive technology changes (in a new and effective way) the traditional way an industry operates; entrepreneurialism - the skills that you need in order to start your own business; "the cloud" is a computer network where you can store files and programs; opportunities shaping something..well I'm not sure about this...maybe something that decides or influences an idea or belief; exciting prospects - there's a high possibity that something will happen/ be successful.

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    2. “I suppose that "greatest" might have been nothing but boasting of his company's performance” - true, but it seems that for him even “greatest” did not seem to do justice to explain how much his company has contributed, so he amplified it with “disruptive”. A more modest executive might have said something like: “The U.N. has declared Internet access a basic human right and our company is among those who have contributed to the fulfillment of this right.”

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    2. You shouldn't be disruptive during class. He received a detention after he was disruptive during the test.

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    2. distracting is neutral and disrupting is more negative (usually used when an action is interrupted) He was distracted by the beautiful woman. I was distracted by the music playing outside. The phone ringing disrupted his sleep. The student told jokes and disrupted the lesson. I hope this is helpful ^^

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    2. "economics matters" should be "economic matters" "developing countries need funds to develop according to the definition of development" "develop" is used 3 times in this sentence, which is a little bit too much. Try going with: "LEDCs require funds to develop (per its very definition)." "Taxations, however," Taxation is almost universally portrayed as a singular thing, replace it with: "Taxation, however" and "is not available" "low centralisation and poor population", while fine, is not very professional and in an essay, I would personally go with "low centralisation and less-wealthy population" "As an illustration" should be graphic, not just provide an example. Replace it with: "As an example" "International Monetary Fund (IMF); which" The semicolon is not used correctly here, replace it with a comma (,) "[...] which is the main source for such loans" "source for" should be "source of" Also, the "which" isn't needed, thus replace it with "the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the main provider of loans to the LEDCs, states that [...]" "they are lending" Ambiguous, replace with "they are lending money" "The three main advantages" You mentioned 3 aims, as opposed to advantages to lending (which is implied), replace with: "The three main aims" or "The three main goals" Perhaps this is some economic term that I'm not aware of, but I never came across the term "unlocking other financing", perhaps double-check its correctness. This is probably nitpicking, but "granted loans" would sound better as "loans granted" "an excess of granted loans have created" Excess is singular, should be (combined with above) "an excess of loans granted has created" "dependence to debts" Should be reformed entirely to "dependence on borrowing" "with debts are linked conditions" Very unnatural, replace with: "some debts come with certain conditions" "could have the obligation" A role is not a person, it cannot be obliged to do something, replace with "could be required" and thus replace "to be used" (loans are spent, not used) with "to be spent on the agricultural sector" and put a comma before "when what the state really needs" Put a full stop (.) at the end of "The LEDCs might not be in position to refuse a loan in a desperate situation" You used "Firsty" first, and not "First of all", so use "Secondly" in the second part. "are difficult obtain" replace with "are difficult to obtain" "strongly start" seems quite strange, not sure what your intention here is entirely Now, the conclusion seems weird. Are you saying that in 1987 there was a decline in GNP, or that the loan was not as beneficial as it was in 1987? Remove this ambiguity.

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    2. My understanding is 'the previous technology took a long time to find investors. For the second one even if it's disruptive... finding investors was easier'.

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